Instead of "jail," we made "the Slush Pile," and to correspond, "Get out of the Slush Pile."
We watched YouTube videos to see how to make some of the figurines. For the woodpecker, I looked up the type of woodpecker from her book and then formed my own rendition. The brand of clay we used is Sculpey.
The candies for this little Halloween basket were tiny. The person who made the YouTube video tutorial also supplied the file to print the "candy wrappers."
For this chocolate pie, a bottle cap is the pie tin!
I look forward to the day Shelley's books are in stores and I can say, "I knew they would get published!" I love her "voice" and she'll have a corner market on "boy books."
Luke 27: He answered, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.'"