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Was it to give the kids a pile of newspapers?
Hint: It wasn't mine!!
12th Mar 2007, 09:50  

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Gael says:

Fab! Like with leaves, only inside : )

12th Mar 2007, 09:54

swampdonkeys says:

Yeah. I much prefer leaves, they're outside!

12th Mar 2007, 10:02

hildegard says:

Assume it was the idea of someone who susbsequently tidied up the shreds & pottered off to the recycling point with the debris...

12th Mar 2007, 11:45

paintist says:

or made paper mache....and that is really messy.....

12th Mar 2007, 12:38

Viv says:

see the wooden spoons are out

12th Mar 2007, 12:53

swampdonkeys says:

Just don't go making suggestions like this on his blog...

ok?

12th Mar 2007, 13:23

paintist says:

yep....i can see it now, a bathtub full of flour and water paste, and the kids mushing the paper up with their feet......you could make something out of it.....

12th Mar 2007, 14:17

swampdonkeys says:

What a fantastic idea Paintist, if I leave them in the bath, the paper mush sets and we could play life size Subuteo (sp?)

13th Mar 2007, 13:36

paintist says:

like little anthony gormley figures.......at least it would keep them quiet! LOL :-)


13th Mar 2007, 14:46

swampdonkeys says:

Oh I love 'em!

13th Mar 2007, 17:10

MaggieD says:

Hey, such fun!

13th Mar 2007, 20:59

factotum says:

Years ago, I went to see an installation of these figures at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. They filled the floor of the gallery. I was disappointed that they were covered with a sheet of plexiglass, but one of the things that delighted me was that you could smell them... You caught a whiff of the characteristic smell of clay and smoke from outside in the hallway, even before you could see the figures.
Playing in the newspapers looks as if it were a lot of fun!

17th Mar 2007, 13:33

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