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Magic Marker Monday: Turtle


Ben, age 6, brought this home from school. Simple, yet so very cute: Styrofoam bowl painted green for the shell with tissue paper glued on top for effect. Foam "paper" cut in shape of legs and head, with two googley eyes.

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  1. Oh my word! How cute is that?!? Tell Ben thank you, thank you, thank you for starting off my Monday with such a wonderful something to smile about! :D Fabulous work, Ben!

    ~Michelle @ 5MFSN
    http://inthelifeofachild.com

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  2. Thanks - we think it's cute too! My middle son has been looking at it all day, thinking about how he can make one!

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  3. That is very cute! How do these teachers come up with all this stuff?

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  4. Wow - I'm sure you told Ben he did a fantastic job already but that's amazingly cute! I've actually seen this craft idea once before but not nearly as well done.

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