I’m miserable yet energized while we’ve reached the finish of our jug top adventure! The most recent nine weeks we have utilized jug tops to make bugs, swum in a sea to make smaller than normal paintings, stamped and painted our family, found new hues by blending, sorted tops in all shades of the rainbow and utilized an old bit of innovation to convey shape to our vision. We’ve painted the town red (and yellow and pink and loads of different hues), met a French craftsman who made them go dotty, and sorted out our Pointillist-mosaic-bottle-top wall painting like a goliath jigsaw bewilder.
Once the last jug top had discovered its place, there took after two days of sticking and stapling each and every jug top onto our nine boards, press stud closure before they were prepared for introduce. I’d get a kick out of the chance to state a tremendous thank you to every one of the general population required in making the venture a win, specifically to innovative mums Kate Jefferay and Giselle Andonov for their liberal help both amid lessons and with completing off.
In any case, this adventure began much before, at some point in February when I solicited a gathering from clueless educators to gather 10,000 container tops. Their eagerness and can-do state of mind in grasping the jug top has had a significant effect. We far surpassed our objective (nobody knows what number of were gathered at last yet it is no less than 11,000). Also, what number of tops were utilized for the wall painting? You may be astounded. Read on and you’ll discover!