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Oldlibraryman: #26.4

By 28th January 2021Mailart

On Monday, while cleaning out a box of old school teaching papers, I found three crayon Op-Art samples I made when I was teaching middle school art 35 years ago. I was able to cut two envelopes from each 12X18 paper. From the scraps, I cut small circles (my favorite shape along with squares) to embellish the envelopes. Envelopes numbered 26.4 to 31.4 are the result.


Author oldlibraryman

I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, in 1947. I was a classroom teacher of various subjects for 25 years before becoming a school librarian at which I labored for 18 years. I finally retired at the end of the 2015/16 school year, figuring that 43 years was long enough. I have been married for 48 years and have five children and three grandsons.

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