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The biggest problem is who gets to take them home at the end of the year. We
have mummy cases that are decorating various rooms in the school that are 5
>In a message dated 10/20/99 9:52:25 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
><< From: "Michelle H. Harrell" <michelle_h_harrell>
> Subject: Re: life-size sculptures
> Your advice is priceless- this is just why I asked the listserv for
> something I have no experience with. I want to do the body casting thing
> rather than the other you described. I was just afraid that the wrapped
> bodies would need some kind of armature to hold them together.
>This sounds pretty neat. I was wondering, though. My experience with the
>plaster guaze that you wet and wrap is that it DRIES FAST and disposable
>clothes or no, what if someone kind of gets "stuck" in this stuff when it
>hardens?? How to ensure that the groups of kids know how thick to wrap and
>no one over in the corner starts hardening before disrobing! I think I will
>let Michelle do it first, report back, and THEN I'll try! :)
>Keep me informed!!