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Re: tooling foil

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Lorena Nalin (nalin)
Mon, 20 Sep 1999 21:11:46 -0700


I have taped a piece of foil to a cardboard or chipboard backing. Students
can write their name on the cardboard and not on the project.
Lorena Nalin

-----Original Message-----
From: Rick <rlarson>
To: menichino <menichino>
Cc: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Sunday, September 19, 1999 7:23 PM
Subject: Re: tooling foil

>If you draw with a percil or wooden scratch tool just in from the edge, you
>can fold it over pretty easily. I haven't had any of my 6th gr./ ever get
>cut. we usually just staple our repousse(s) to a mat board. betsy
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>menichino wrote:
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>> Hi all --
>> Anyone have any good ideas for making the edges of tooling foil safe for
>> elem age kids to use?
>> Thanks!
>> Liz in rural NY
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>> I know of another teacher who has her
>> > kids design coins out of brass tooling foil to follow a Roman unit.
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