YUP, I MADE IT OUT OF SUGAR CUBES…

So, my job is doing another creative activity for the holidays. Last year I designed a tiny ugly sweater. This year’s activity is to create a sculpture out of sugar cubes. Actually carving and sculpting a sugar cube became too much of a hassle, so I sat down with a pen and paper and designed this penguin. Actually figuring out how many cubes are needed per level, they also gave us a cardboard base. I glued my cubes then painted them with black puffy paint and glued a black cardstock back with a tail. Glued an orange cardstock beak and black cardstock wings on the side. Stapled an inner sleeve funnel of cardstock for the hat and glued ribbon around the hat topping with a cotton ball. There is a simple ribbon scarf wrapped around his neck. He is then glued to the base which I glued blue paper for water and gave him orange cardstock feet. With a few more snow fort cubes and cotton ball snow. I could possibly win one of four gift cards for this creation. Honestly, I did it for the challenge. I am actually pleased with this holiday creation. It will be judged next Friday.

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Published by mattsnyder1970

Matt Snyder has been making a dent in the creative community in North-Eastern Pennsylvania since 1988. He’s been involved in showcasing his art in Exhibits in area Galleries & Spaces as well as online. Currently, he is also producing a weekly podcast for Anchor. Fm called Short Story Saturday. © Matt Snyder and aprolificpotpourri.art 2019-2022. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material from this site’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Absolutely No Excerpts and links may be used without explicit consent from Matt Snyder.

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