Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.

Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, sharpies to make low relief sculpture. Covers line variations, and color schemes. Good for Exploratory and Art I.

Foil Embossing with 4, 5, and 6 grade. Use cereal box, yarn, aluminum foil, glue, and sharpies | a faithful attempt

Foil Embossing with 6 grade. Use cereal box, yarn, aluminum foil, glue, and sharpies

Metal tape art - glue buttons, foam shapes and letters, pieces of wire etc. to create composition; cover with foil  -

Metal tape art - glue buttons, foam shapes and letters, pieces of wire etc. to create composition; cover with foil - Texture Lesson?

My version of the aluminum foil glued over yarn colored with Sharpie marker composition

Aluminum foil with sharpie markers looks great! My version of the aluminum foil glued over yarn colored with Sharpie marker composition

Metal/Drawing transfer.  No special tools needed, except felt or other cushion under foil to transfer image

Looks like a fun activity for all groups aztec suns, gold foil. no special tools needed, except felt or other cushion under foild to transfer image

3rd Grade - Actual and Implied Texture - Foil and Silver Sharpie

Grade - Actual and Implied Texture - Foil and Silver Sharpie.I would rub india ink over the foil to make it pop

LOVE THESE DECORATIVE WALL HANGINGS! create 3 symmetrical radial designs on 6x6" sketch paper, later transfer designs onto 36-gauge aluminum and use tools to emboss them. Black India ink was painted onto the surface of the embossed metal and later buffed away using steel wool. Use wire to hang the three pieces together and added small craft mirrors to each one to create the final decorative wall hanging (From The Calvert Canvas: School Art Camp)

designs on aluminum and use tools to emboss them. Black India ink was painted onto the surface of the embossed metal and later buffed away using steel wool. (From The Calvert Canvas: School Art Camp)

Cardboard, yarn, foil, and permanent markers. The kids love this!

DIY Cereal Box, Tin Foil and Yarn Art. it’s easy, but you have to use permanent markers. Because you can so easily emboss tinfoil, this could be a really interesting project. Tutorial from piikea street here.

5/6th grade Jim Dine idea.  Tooling Foil and line designs.  Like it.

Jim Dine heart/make out of craft store baking sheets & frame if you so choose

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