Another iteration of our Text On Ice series, this time spelling out, “Let’s Be Friends” and mounted on a fence bordering the Forster Secondary School‘s field.
Danielle and I made quick work, though as usual, our fingers froze long before we finished.
It would have been easier to have someone else on the other side of the fence, trying to pass monofilament line that’s wanting to curl up is difficult, especially in the cold.
I’m happy with how this one turned out, though now I want to start thinking about 1 letter per block. We’ll need many freezers. I’ll post some notes and photos on the process soon.
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i’ll bring some of those round form pans to the cookie bake on sunday. i forget what they call those pans, but just in case you want to try using them too.
How fun does this look! I want to do this sooo bad.
Well then, Rosina, we should do this again!
We can coordinate and make a number of blocks (we’ll have to distribute because of freezer space), but if you picked up some silicon bakeware from Canadian Tire, that’s all you need.
I’m sure you’ve seen this, but here’s a kind of step-by-step: http://www.brokencitylab.org/blog/how-to-text-on-ice/.
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