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Lesson Plans

Re: Help!!!!!

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Tom Johnsen (koordt)
Thu, 14 Oct 1999 07:52:48 -0700

And if you buy a roll of clear acetate packaging tape and apply it over
the image and the matboard (tape overlapping the image for a better
"stick", you can trim, creating a surface that can also be cleaned.

Maggie White wrote:
> ARTISOK wrote:
> >
> > Fellow artist type people,
> > I have been asked to come up with a "craftie" make and take for a soroioty
> > meeting.
> > inter/Christmas theme....I HATE this stuff!!!!!!!Any ideas for EASY and NEAT
> > Holiday Craft for adults to make and take....Wearable, usable?????????
> Bleah! :P
> You can buy magnetized strips or small sheets that are sticky on
> one side, for making custom refrigerator magnets. I use those in
> my classroom and slap tiny art prints on them (from video
> catalogs). The magnets are easy to cut with scissors. The image
> can be larger than the magnet if you mount it on a heavier card
> stock.
> Maggie