Bristol board


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Bristol board

[′brist·əl ‚bȯrd]
(materials)
Cardboard with a surface smooth enough for painting or writing, usually at least 0.006 inch (0.15 millimeter) thick.
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I place the material, card stock, or Bristol board I wish to cut on a sticky mat that comes with the machine.
I have pieces of yellowing bristol board with copies of steel engravings from an illustrated Bible, historical landscapes in the style of C.
For gift-wrap hearts: light-weight bristol board and wrapping paper or fabric.
Annual Requirements for Miscellaneous School Supplies, to be ordered by the Bristol Board of Education on an as needed basis for the period July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.
MATERIALS * Images of animals (library and/or Internet) * Sketchbooks, Mayfair cover stock or Bristol board * Graphite pencils, pen and ink, watercolor brushes, water
In the "New Abstractions," the tonal reversal makes the series' black-and-white constructivist arrangements of scattered bristol board seem more real, more referential, almost as if it were an extension, compositionally speaking, of Welling's earlier architectonic images of railroad bridges.
Create a drawing of your sculpture on heavy stock paper, watercolor, or Bristol board.
It was customary at that date to recommend Bristol board and other sm ooth cards for black and white drawings reproduced by the line block process.
For materials, you'll need paper for pattern, medium-weight bristol board (preferably gold or silver), chafing-dish candies or caroling candles of your choice, and glitter.
We are delighted to have someone with Aki's immense technical and management skills, and more importantly, with the culture of success that he brings to Bristol," said Bristol board chairman and president, Keith Blackwell.
Bidders are to park in the public parking lot at 149 Church Street (adjacent to the Bristol Board of Education Administration Office and approximately 400 feet north of the project site).

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