With an Elmer's Tri-Fold Display Board?
This is what I have done:
I've made a Puppet Theatre
And now I want to see what YOU can do.
There are 6 Project Leaders in the #CanYouTopThis challenge, and I am one of them. That's 6 chances to win one of 5 $100 Walmart gift cards being given away on each of the 6 blogs. That's right, we will be giving away 30 $100 Walmart gift cards in total. All you have to do is submit a project.
Can't think of any ideas. Not to worry, I have a plethora of them.
A back-drop for a nativity scene
A science fair project
A book report
A chore chart
A potty training rewards board
A photo station - paint on a reindeer, Santa or elves and cut out the faces.
A puppet theatre
A make-up station for girls - attach a mirror and paint with lots of glitter.
A beanbag toss
A display board for your child's artwork
A blackboard - blackboard paint available at craft and hardware stores. Anchor one of the folds to make a shelf for chalk and an eraser to sit on.
A magnet board - did you know you can buy magnet paint? You'll need a few coats. How many of us have little ones with those colorful alphabet and number magnets that are stuck all over our refrigerators. Now they won't need to be. Or make your own magnets. It makes a great holiday gift.
A snowman - cut out the shape of a snowman, make a paper carrot nose, put a hat and scarf on him and stick him in the ground with a stake.
A Christmas Tree - Cut out the shape of a tree, paint it, attach a stake to the bottom, or put it in a large pot, anchored down. Cut small holes in the tree and poke Christmas lights through the holes and tape the back of them so they don't move about.
And if that isn't enough for you, check out the other entries that have been submitted so far. Or visit the other 5 project leaders blog posts to see what they created.
You have until December 1st to submit your completed project via your blog, Flickr or Facebook.
For all of the entry requirements and to submit your project, just head over HERE
Disclaimer: As one of the Project Leaders for this #CanYouTopThis challenge, I am being compensated with thanks to Collective Bias.