Re: [art_education] Finger Paint Paper
- I let them dry on the floor or a counter or table overnight on newspaper. Sometimes they stick to the paper...generally not a problem. i like the masonite panel idea much better!
MaryAnn F. Kohl
Bright Ring Publishing, Inc.
PO Box 31338
Bellingham, WA 98228
On Thu, May 6, 2010 at 5:57 AM, David Exner <dexner@...> wrote:
Yes, the paper gets very heavy and droopy; I use masonite panels underneath the paintings. They are much easier to slide onto and off the drying rack. Good luck.
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David G. Exner
Art Teacher & Art Club Co-Adviser
Community High School,District 94
From: "christinereg" <christinereg@...>
Sent 5/6/2010 7:05:12 AM
Subject: [art_education] Finger Paint Paper
I don't have a lot of experience with finger paint paper. How do you recommend drying the finished work? It seems to be too thin and heavy for the drying racks, so I am trying to solve the "droopiness" by putting construction paper underneath. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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- I get all of the old file folders from all of the other teachers at the end of the year. I have the kids put their paintings on those to transport them to the drying rack. The legal sized ones open up pretty big. -Mikel
On May 6, 2010, at 7:05 AM, "christinereg" <christinereg@...> wrote:
- Thank you for the ideas! You are all so creative.
--- In email@example.com, Mikel <mikellee31@...> wrote:
> I get all of the old file folders from all of the other teachers at the end of the year. I have the kids put their paintings on those to transport them to the drying rack. The legal sized ones open up pretty big. -Mikel
> On May 6, 2010, at 7:05 AM, "christinereg" <christinereg@...> wrote: