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Re: Tissue Paper art

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Teresa (tmcnorf)
Wed, 22 Sep 1999 15:00:57 -0400


a project i have done is cutting out the "stained glass" design from black tagboard and pinning it (with straight pins) REAL tight
to foamboard that has been covered with plastic wrap. then fill in all the spaces with elmers glue that has been colored with food
coloring. when dry, peel off the plastic wrap and you get "stained glass".
with older kids i've used this for three-d projects. for example stained glass fish held up with stiff wire "swimming".
teresa

-----Original Message-----
From: BluesTruth <BluesTruth>
To: Artsednet.edu <Artsednet.edu>
Date: Tuesday, September 21, 1999 9:11 PM
Subject: Tissue Paper art

>I would love to use tissue paper (6th graders) to create stained glass. Have
>any of you ever tried that out? I was thinking of black paper with the
>tissue. Would celephane be better? Maybe you guys out there have a better
>way. Love to hear some tips from you! Thanks!!!!
>Blustruth (Jill)
>