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You know, I'm going to try that. I love pineapples, and I'd like to try to grow my own. Thanks for the suggestion.
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I love it. Thanks!. By the way, where did you get the paper. I love the geometric patterns. They look as if it's something you'd find on a UFO with energy grids or something.
OK. I will. Thanks for trying it.
Thanks for the idea. I'm going to try it in the fall when I do it in a primary classroom.
Thanks for the suggestion. I did think about it, but the store I went to didn't have one at the time. I'm going to do this project in the fall, and I'm going to make sure I have some of these with me.
Really sorry about the delay. I've been absent from this site due to family issue. In the finger area, it's less than 1 in. I remember cutting it off to make it fit. In the hand area, I started with 2 in and cut some off.
That's a great idea. I did think about the needle, but the store close to my house didn't have any.
Thanks. There are more projects with popsicle sticks, but this one is less messy for the elementary school kids. Have a nice day.
I used Scotch brand transparency tape on this project, but Scotch brand satin finish giftwrap tape works better. For corners, I scored the tape in tight corners, where the diagonal truss piece meets the square sides, and overwrapped the tape on the straw. There is a fine balance between scoring enough and scoring too much. I hope this helps. If you find a way that works well, please let me know.
Thanks for making it. It looks great. Believe it or not, I've never tried it with one color. I like the sleek and clean look.
Thanks for sharing. It looks great.
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