This 4- by-8-foot mural, created with about 2,900 plastic bottle caps that students had collected for almost a year, hangs outside the art and music room at Hazel Grove Elementary School. The project was organized by art teacher Rise Stephenson, who is pictured. Students submitted ideas to Stephenson, who combined several sketches into one design and painted the basic outline on a large piece of wood. During art classes, children glued the caps to the board.
This 4- by-8-foot mural, created with about 2,900 plastic bottle caps that students had collected for almost a year, hangs outside the art and music room at Hazel Grove Elementary School. The project was organized by art teacher Rise Stephenson, who is pictured. Students submitted ideas to Stephenson, who combined several sketches into one design and painted the basic outline on a large piece of wood. During art classes, children glued the caps to the board. SUBMITTED PHOTO
This 4- by-8-foot mural, created with about 2,900 plastic bottle caps that students had collected for almost a year, hangs outside the art and music room at Hazel Grove Elementary School. The project was organized by art teacher Rise Stephenson, who is pictured. Students submitted ideas to Stephenson, who combined several sketches into one design and painted the basic outline on a large piece of wood. During art classes, children glued the caps to the board. SUBMITTED PHOTO

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