c) easy to make with “wine corks”
We tested 4 cork types (not all made of real cork):
Natural, agglomerated (cork bits stuck together), a rubber cork and a synthetic cork.
The agglomerated and rubber corks were my favorites to print with but synthetic didn’t work very well at all (and I was surprised).
The natural corks printed with a lot of variations - sometimes very clean and fully filled in and others printed mottled dots.
The boy twirled his cork and made some excellent patterns.
This is just a fun random project-perfect to do on a rainy day and then you have wrapping paper for the future.
And it’s a good thing to do before you break your arm mountain biking-at the start of summer break.So sad.