You know what they say about imitation? Well, consider me flattered.
Back in January, I received an email from Dawn, who is the room mother for her daughter's second grade class in Tampa. As a fund raiser, the students were going to make beverage tubs to sell. When Dawn started doing some research on the internet in hopes of finding something more than simply decoupage pictures on the side of a bucket, she came across my blog post about my galvanized beverage chillers. You can read it HERE.
With a little adult supervision, Dawn thought this might be a good project for her daughter's class. She emailed me for more details, and I told her where I had purchased all of my materials, and approximately how much she could expect to spend. I asked her to send me photos of the completed tubs, and yesterday they arrived in my inbox.
"My local Home Depot was so incredible," Dawn wrote, "and they actually drilled the holes in the tub for me. I can play a real good 'damsel in distress'."
Remember Shrinky Dinks? Dawn had the children make Shrinky Dink beads personalized with their names to incorporate into the project. I see endless possibilities with this clever idea.
Thanks for sharing, Dawn. It's always nice to see what others can do with your ideas.