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More Ideas : Cut smaller pieces (as small as 3"x5") and use as postcards ...
or make mini pocket-sized books.
You can also cover the cardboard once assembled with paper, contact paper, stickers and more.
Make pockets! Tape old envelopes inside your books to store small items.
Add a velcro strap to close the book shut or tape a plastic pocket on the front to store materials.
The possibilities are endless.





More : This is a great project to learn about signs, symbols, shape, pattern, silhouette and positive negative shapes.
Positive shapes are usually the main object in an image while the space around it is the negative space.
For example, the branches of a tree are positive while all of the spaces in between the branches and
around it are negative.




























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