Plastic, paper or the cloth (that I forgot at home)? Did you want a bag? Last year, on Earth Day, Siegel Middle School kids made drawings on large brown Publix bags. They're cute, so I said yes to paper. Why did the paper bags have to go away in the first place?
I love Kid Art. And they stuffed my groceries in these bags.
I could maybe do something with these, decoupage, bookmarks or just hang them in the art studio.
Curious to see the kids work, I peruse the stack, and tell him to put that possum one in my bag, I really like it. That kid's work has some flavor.
|They will be happy if we recycle.|
Who would draw Possums? Kind of funky, odd.
I put the groceries away, pick my kid up from school. He goes in the kitchen for a snack, sees the possum bag lying on he table, holds it up and says, "Mom, you've got mine!"
"No, way! Are you kidding me?"
"The Opossum one?"
I actually asked for that one!"
Well, what do you know.