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Home Work - The TP Flower Project

Home Work - The TP Flower Project
Some months ago I stumbled upon a really fun DIY with your kids blog post. While I have no kids, I still thought of saving that post and perhaps even try it myself one day (with or without kids...). Time passed and I completely forgot about it, until about a couple of months ago when I was going through my never ending "bookmarked web links" and I found it again. This time I left that page open and started working on it. At first I had to save every empty toilet paper roll. My someone thought I was crazy. Then I took that entire pile of rolls, folded them, and cut them into thin strips Next step was to create flower like shapes that connect to each other Now that I had a general design, it was time to glue each flower. I decided to paint some of the flowers light blue (using the left-over paint from our blue line project), and then leave the rest of the flowers in their natural look My someone and I decided to hang it on the wall next to our TV. What do you think...?

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