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Arts and Crafts

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Bubble Wrap Art - Materials and Equipment

Bubble wrap, also called cushioning material, air bubble packing or bubble wrapping, can be bought in all kinds of stores, but it can also be found galore online.

You can buy it by the roll if you need and the size of the bubbles varies from 1/4 inch in diameter, to over an inch. Using different sizes of bubble wrap for a project, especially wall art, may even enhance the result of the finished work.

You can find some lessons and projects online and depending on what you have in mind, the materials and equipment you would need range from paint, to fabric, paper, needle and thread, glue, scissors, staples and more. You will have to find out as you go along.

I wouldn't recommend using a glue gun; the hot glue will melt the material and could bring your project to a screeching halt or ruin it completely.

Being creative with bubble wrap is a nice activity for the children as well. Making a greeting card or a bubble wrap animal will keep them wrapped up for a while.

That's all for now, folks. As far as this hobby goes: it's a wrap!

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