Frame your students’ artwork before they make it! R15287 Borders Paper features a variety of printed borders with blank interiors for students to illustrate their artwork.
We asked students in a class to draw themselves and their favorite things. We got back some beautiful and colorful drawings! Each of the Borders Papers represents a historical era or culture through the thematic illustrated frames, so they can be used as supplements to social studies lessons.
These two friends drew pictures of each other!
This picture tells a story! When asked about the picture, this student said it was silly because the friends were getting rained on even though there was sun on the other side! Use Borders Paper to frame short stories, poems, even photographs!
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Vibrant colors and intriguing designs bring a pop of authenticity to your students’ stained glass designs! Our post features a video as well as a sneak peek at our new My Garden Stained Glass Frames!
Stained Glass Paper can be easily cut into shapes that fit underneath black border stained glass images. Cut bits of Stained Glass Paper and add to your scrapbooking pages, too!
Have a look through our PDF guide for more details on projects using the Stained Glass Paper HERE!
The video below shows techniques on how to measure and cut the Stained Glass Paper into sections. Apply a bit of glue around the inside edges of the frame, then stick the Stained Glass Paper piece on. When you flip over the stained glass frame, the piece will add color and vibrancy to your project!
We used some of the Stained Glass Paper to put together our newest My Garden Stained Glass Frames.
Above is a sneak peek preview of the Stained Glass Frames our art campers put together this past summer. Notice how brilliantly the colors of the Stained Glass Paper stand out!
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