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Re: leftover laminating material


From: Jean Gallagher (jeanalice2_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Oct 03 2000 - 18:31:49 PDT

I have used pieces of leftover laminate (approx 8 x 10) to create stained glass
windows art. Use permanent markers. A helpful hint is use the black marker to
outline the design on one side of the laminate, turn over and on the backside
color with colored permanent markers. If you use the black and color on the same
side, they smear (even though their permanent). They look quite nice. You can
display in a window OR cover a piece of cardboard with aluminum foil and attach
the art work, the foil gives a sparkly effect. Jean in Michigan