Does anyone know where you can get the soft, dense foam blocks that you can use for monoprinting? You heat them and then press them into 3-dimensional objects to make a reverse stamp. They are reuseable. I went to Michael's today, but they didn't have them.
I teach High School English and I have my students do a semester project that doesn't necessarily have to be like a regular paper, etc... A few years ago I had a student who loved to bike and loved poetry. He printed out all of his favorite poems and quotations ( lots of Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs) and then glued them decoupage style all over the bike frame. Then he used polyurethane to seal it. He videotaped himself doing tricks on it and called it poetry in action. He got an A!!!
I have a similar dillemma. I just got a lot of slides, too. What is a the slide lamp tutorial? Sorry if this is dumb, but I am new to Craftster. I have heard that you can transfer them to altered books, collages?
This is my first post , so I hope that this is okay. I have access to about a thousand books (not kidding) that I desperately need to get rid of. I work at a small charter school and we had a huge donation for our library. We took all of the appropriate books and now we'releft paying for storage These are all decommisioned library books.