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I haven’t shopped at Walmart in a long time, but I guess I should now that they’ve got my favorite Duck Tape® on sale.
Although being a Leader wasn’t easy of a job of late, I still enjoy to spend some time painting or crafting (often with Selenia) to cool off after a long work day. That kind of tape is even good for school, albeit I have no idea whether I should enroll to university or not. It’s costly and it’s in Rome, not in Robocity or even Genzano, but I have to if I want to improve my lifestyle and sustain my future family. In any case, I’m at least going to do this test next week.
So, regarding my creative project: it’s all about making the Robocity Archives nicer to browse and use for us Leaders. :D Ahah! Well, they would be nicer to use for the rest of the Robocitans as well, because colors and collages help a big deal with optimizing your time! So anyway… here’s a picture of what inspired me to start this project (here on the right).
They are colored boxes from LandOfNod.com. Well, you know what? :) It might not be the same thing, but I want to make our Archives into some fun, colored world with a lot of pictures from magazines and newspapers to help with recognization of each box (i.e. a color or a cutout character for each archived year, etc.) and make the place a joy to use– because you know archives, right? They aren’t the funniest thing in the world. ;)
What to do if you want to embark in a similar project:
- Collect images from newspapers and magazines that would suit your room/archive/anything you want to colorize and customize
- Paint each box or notebook with a different color before you apply the mag/newspaper collage
- Cut out pictures from the publications and attach them to the boxes with Duck Tape®, in a way that’s easy for the eye to look at and creative altogether.
Another reason why I want to buy Duck Tape at Walmart is because Selenia likes it. She enjoys embellishing her notebooks, her boxes (yes, she recycles old boxes into beautiful masterpieces!) and our baby-to-be homemade toys. I know I’m going to use some to give our little girl’s baby room a hint of magic in a couple of months. ;) Ahah! I’m so romantic, I know. LOL But we aren’t rich, so even a little inexpensive Duck Tape® – and a bit of creativity – can make the difference.
In any case, Duck Tape® is pretty good and safe to buy for your kids if they’re going back to school this month, and a nice add-on for your Walmart shopping list (oh, it certainly makes its sweet figure in mine!).
Are you going to buy Duck Tape® at Walmart, too? Any creative projects on your mind for this fall?
I’m going to follow @TheDuckBrand so I can keep updated on creative tips. This is something I suggest you do too, if you’re into crafts. ^_~