What do you see here? A dove or a skull?
“I see, I sink you are a very very komplexe perzon!”
You might just see some blobs of ink on a folded sheet of paper. Lots of things fold in half and we can use this as a print method.
In the book I show you how to take apart an Ikea product and completely, well not completely change it’s use. Hint. Sometimes we stand on stools to reach things we are not tall enough to normally reach.
I’d like to think that when this beautifully made BBC Music clip of the Beach Boys Classic track God Only Knows came out on on the 7th October…Elton had been working hard on his Butterfly Jacket after seeing it in the book a few days earlier. Bravo! at 0:43
I turned my post workout shake tub upside down and realised it would make a great shape for casting a planter. Here’s a teaser from the book in one of the cheapest makes out of the 24 projects. It costs less than a dollar or euro in material. Fail safe too.
Here is Roshan…..Roshan Information Blog…..<<<<Make sure you look at this blog! It’s great! He’s 10! He is midway through his perfect circle, to find out more, the book tells you how:)
So, burgundy is definitely my least LEAST favourite colour. I needed a car. I didn’t have choice of what to buy. I ended up with a Burgundy 1997 Honda Civic. Let me cut to the chase. I covered it in knotty pine sticky back plastic. #extremebluepeter
What do you like collecting? Images, erasers, shoes, beanie babies or kitchen gadgets? I like looking for things I collect. The mirror wall project in the book addresses shopping in a clever way. Multiple anything can look good so just choose and dedicate a whole wall to your collection.