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Re: Tissue paper mosaics


From: Roy Liebergen (rliebergen_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Oct 15 2000 - 10:42:08 PDT

Last year a temporary teacher in our building made tissue paper mosaics on
clear contact paper. They were great. I am thinking of "borrowing" his
idea. The kids cut the tissue into small "tiles" and just stuck it to the
contact paper. Might be an idea some of you can use. Carol
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> I've "painted" by wetting the paper and then using balled up tissue paper
> put the color on. You can also lay the paper down, brush over with water
> remove. It's messy and can stain fingers, but fun.
> Red. green, blue, purple, orange work best. Janet
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