I brought home some "end of roll" paper from our large format plotter at work for the boys to draw on. I figured they'd have fun drawing on such a large sheet of paper.
I was right.
Corbin colored his own mural and +Julia Shiras taped it on his wall. Benjamin was the project's Foreman.
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Aw. When I was a teenager, my grandmother brought some home like that from the newspaper where she worked. I spent soooooo much time coloring on that stuff.
My kids? Not even remotely interested.
Hmm… I'll bet they'd love the tubes the paper came on, though.
+Melanie Perry given they have a penchant for playing pirates and sword fighting, I thought it best to keep the thick-walled cardboard tubes away from them for a little while.
If I gather enough, I may build them a raft or table or something like that. maybe even a castle!
lol, my oldest's school has the older kids make physics-based 'roller coasters' as a yearly project, so I donated all of my old cardboard plotter tubes to them. They were thrilled.
I should've kept them for a faux log-cabin, though.
Now they're a light plastic tube, they should do much less damage when swung at a brother's head. ;)
….. I'm so jealous.
wow, great job lads, little artists in the making ;-)
Your half-pints have fantastic vision.
They’re better artists than I am! lol