Did you have the kids draw the portraits of the secretaries, eetc.? Sorry I
missed that specific post about this. Sounds really neat to me. Pls.
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Subject: RE: leftover laminating material
Date: 02 Oct 2000 20:12:46 -0800
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I have the kids color on it with permanent marker to get a stained glass effect.
> Our middle school has a LOT of good size pieces of leftover laminating
> plastic after the teachers have sealed their projects. Aside from using it to
> protect matted art, does anyone have any ideas for using the plastic in
> projects? I hate to see it thrown away. Thanks- deb in PA