Material

# Canvas Artist of various formats
# Paper printed or solid color
# Recycled Paper
# scissors
# glue spray
# Pencil mine
# Drawings of marine animals (coloring book and Internet)

Manufacturing

# Trim the papers printed the same size as the canvas
# Stick the paper on canvas with adhesive spray
# Draw the shape of an animal on the back of a white card stock
# Cut the silhouette with small scissors
# Glue the silhouettes on white paper printed with adhesive spray

The ecological and economic project par excellence!

Material

# Metal bowl
# plastic film (Saran Wrap)
# Newsprint
# nail glue
# Brush
# Paper Shredder (supermarket)
# Scissors

bowl-s

Manufacturing

# Shred the newspaper into the machine to yield several thin strips of paper or scissors to cut thin strips of paper.
# Place the bowl upside down and cover it with plastic wrap.
# Spread glue on the plastic wrap.
# Glue each strip of paper, making it beyond the end of the bowl, to create a fringe.
# Cover the bowl full and add a good layer of glue over nail.
# Add 2 or 3 layers of paper and glue to harden varnish, letting it dry between coats.
# Once dry, remove from pan and gently remove plastic wrap.
# Add also several layers of adhesive coating on the inside of the bowl of paper.
# Cut fringe to desired length.

This storage box you will also practice in the bathroom for towels as the living room for magazines and newspapers!

Material

# Boxes of wood (sold in sets of four at Rona)
# swivel casters 1 ½” (Rona)
# Acrylic white
# chrome upholstery nails (Rona)
# Screw and Bolt
# Hammer and long nose pliers
# Drill
# ruler and pencil

Manufacturing

# Paint the wooden box and let dry well (two layers)
# Plan the pattern and mark in pencil where there will be nails
# Using the long nose pliers and a hammer, insert the nails one by one into the wooden box
# Install the wheels under the box