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>Vicki Vance wrote:
>> My 4th through 6th graders made sea creatures last spring using paper
>> mache' and all kinds of various support materials.
>> This fall, I happened upon Tim and
>> Jim, the DUCT TAPE GUYS web page and they were sponsoring a contest for
>> the most unusual uses of duct tape. The classes felt like my class
>> example was pretty unusual so I sent a photo of Leonardo, the lion fish
>> made mostly from duct tape. but Tim> wrote and asked permission to
publish it on their site. >Wow.! Today,> they published it. If
>> you are interested, check it out:
>I love this-congratulations! One question (to visualize) I looked at
>the page, so you used the bottom part of a soda liter bottle and the
>duck taped the fins on before applying paper mache? How did you do
>the mouth? Was it just formed with paper mache, or duck tape? It's
>the tape thing that's getting me.