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October 28, 2010

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Tiffany Johnson

I was just remember my art classes the other day! It was all about exacto knives, straight edges, and rubber cement! Nowadays, it's all about tonic scissors, paper trimmers, and ATG guns!

jannawilson

You know it girlfriend...dont get me wrong, Exacto knives have their place...Im sure rubber cement was wonderful...IN THE 50s and rulers schmulers!!!  LOL!  Give me my Tonic trimmer!!!

Kelly schwartz

Welcome to the world of graphic design :) even when you design for "the largest scrapbooking co in the world" we still use exacto knives spray mount and metal rulers. Lol it's just the way it is!!

jannawilson


Too funny, Kelly! I wonder if theyll convert me!?!? LOL!!!

Janna


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dema

can you use a cricut or a punch to cut your squares?

jannawilson

Yep, I thought about that, Dema!  Except 1) I dont have a Cricut!  LOL!!!  And 2)I had to paint the squares based on a 7-value chart :(   Good thinking though!  Thanks!!!

Fran in NC

Some educators become so immersed in the content that they are reluctant to change. I used the rubber cement in my art classes in the 70's and today some of those pieces are yellow and falling apart.(yes I do still have a few for posterity)So if they are tying to be fair so no one has an advantage over another, then everyone must suffer for their art!

I bet Van Gogh would not have been able to put his ear back on with rubber cement. But baby, hand him some of our double-backed and he would have been able to change history!

rita

sO GLAD YOU ARE DOING gREAT IN SCHOOL . aS THAT MEANS YOU WILL BE BACK TO US SOONER THAN LATER AT iNSPIRATION uNLIMITED
rita

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