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  • Emily Jane Westphal

    Chihuly Coffee Filters! ART CLUB all the way!

  • Mary Mohl

    Ms. Motta's Mixed Media: Can you say CHIHULY?! coffee filters, markers, drape over yogurt containers, spray starch

  • Sharolyn Tilton

    Using spray starch on coffee filter flowers!

  • Anne-Marie Horne

    Ms. Motta's Mixed Media: Chihuly Art lesson plans - Inspired by Dale Chihuly's Macchia pieces (glass work) Scalloped edges of coffee filters, watercoloured, let dry over a yogurt cup, spraying with liquid starch. Very pretty and effective.

  • Donna Kauzlarich

    This art teacher had a wonderful idea!! I love it! Ms. Motta's Mixed Media: Can you say CHIHULY?!!!!!

  • Jamie Heagany

    Elementary art teacher with great artist-inspired art projects and resource links.

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