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This was a project I did for my English class at school, inspired by Kiteman's Labyrinth instructables.Link.I've tried to be quick and to the point with the text, ...
In this step, I did a lot of math. I figured out what the area of the labyrinth would be, and how much I would need of each ...
For this part of the process, my mom and I headed off to the landscape supply. 160 bricks, three bags of gravel, and 700 pounds later, we had ...
Bricks in trunk, we headed off to the school. After at least five wheelbarrow trips, and three near crashes, the bricks were lined up in the gallery. Woo-hoo!
The next step was to make a nine-by-nine protective sheet for the floor. We accomplished this with one and a half rolls of landscape fabric, and half of ...
Part of my idea was to have something for visitors to take away. After a little thought, I decided that rocks with words, letters of the alphabet, or ...
The penultimate step was to write a moving poem vaguely pertaining to labyrinths. This done, I printed it up on some parchment-like paper, cut it out, and went ...
Done! I got a great mark on the project, and everyone in the school seemed to like it.
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