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Re: [teacherartexchange] plaster strips for mold making

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From: Dulcius (dulcius_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Nov 26 2008 - 03:24:20 PST


I, too, use Saran wrap instead of Vaseline - I just cut a hole in the middle
for the nose, and that's it. A lot less messy for the student and fewer
issues with rash, etc. The mold is still very true to life.
-Lydia in Toledo
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From: "Sharon" <sharon@art-rageous.net>
To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
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Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2008 6:14 PM
Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] plaster strips for mold making

>I used to use Vaseline but then switched to using plastic wrap. MUCH
> cleaner and probably safer, in terms of allergies.
>
> The most detailed step-by-step account of the process is here (when I
> did mummy masks with my younger kids):
> http://www.art-rageous.net/MummyMask-LP.html
>
> But here are other pages that show masks made by high school students:
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> http://www.art-rageous.net/Self-ExpressiveMasks.html
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> http://www.art-rageous.net/Self-ExpressiveMasks-2003.html
>
> I'll be doing the "self-expressive" masks again this winter. It's
> always a fun project and the kids come up with such interesting ideas!
>
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> Sharon
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