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October 09, 2008

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ta

I'm going with turkey because of those long feather-like things that I remember as a kid. But, looking at the pieces I'm not sure how you're supposed to put that thing together. Very cute as is. Maybe it's a Picasso turkey?

Melissa

I also say turkey, but emanating a mouse-like vibe. It's clearly a commentary on the mousy nature of turkeys.

victoria thorne

Ah, really thinking mouse here. It's got the mouse aura, whatever it is. Nice. You clearly have a creative genius on your hands. :)

Great feature. A boon to all preschool parents, surely. Paste not included.

Perfectly Disgraceful

I'm thinking it must be a turkey because it's Thanksgiving for you crazy Canadians, right? Also, I think I spy a wattle.

Lily recently came home with a paper plate (so far, three paper plate projects this school year) that was decorated with red paint, white yarn and little brown pom poms. Meatballs and spaghetti. Only the red paint was very pinkish so it looked pretty gross.

Susan (Chicken Spaghetti)

I see from a later post that it's a turkey, but must say that I like it better this way. Luke's creation looks a bit like a Leo Lionni kind of animal.

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