The skin consists of three main layers, the epidermis, the dermis, and the hypodermis. Starting with they hypodermis, I used spray foam to represent the adipose tissue in the hypodermis layer because its insulating. The dermis layer contains nerve endings and blood supply. It is also where your hair follicles start. I used Christmas lights to represent the nerve endings because the insulated wires remind me of the axons and the batting insulations because of the would fibers. The epidermis consists of many smaller layers. the stratum basales are represented by the cardboard this is where mitosis happens to create new skin, the stratum spinosum, stratum granulosum are the white and yellow rags rolled to look like the flat layers under the skin the layers slowly become flatter as they reach the surface, stratum lucidum is even thinner then the layers that came before and can only be found in the thick areas of skin found on say the bottom of your feet and stratum coronium is the outermost layer that flakes off to reveal the new skin as it grown it protects the underlying layers.