Introduction: Cards for Humanity: Finding Connection Through Food and Memory
These prompt cards are meant to facilitate conversations and stories surrounding the foods we eat, enjoy, and share.
You will need
- a ruler
- a glue stick
- exacto knife
- cardboard at least 8.5 x11
- print HUMN card file on 8.5 x11 paper
- cutting mat
Step 1: Arrange
Arrange the paper on the cardboard so it fits. Make any adjustments needed to fit all the cards on the cardboard by cutting the paper with the cards along one of the dotted cut lines.
Step 2: Outline
Take a pencil and draw the outline of the paper on the cardboard.
Step 3: Glue
Take the glue stick and apply a decent coat to the surface outlined.
Step 4: Press
Align the piece of paper with the outlines and place the paper over the glued cardboard quickly. Press out the air bubbles using your palm until the paper is smooth.
Step 5: Cut
Next, use the exacto knife and ruler to cut along the dotted lines.
Step 6: Recycle
Recycle any leftover cardboard and paper
Step 7: Optional Stamp
use a small round potato to create two speech bubble stamps that look like they are talking to one another. This suggests that these cards should be used for collective conversation.