You could take four classes a day for the entire week and by the end of the week you had something to show for your time there. Of course the main ones I wanted to take filled up fast: archery and ‘Make Your Own Flower Press’. Instead I got Hiking, Woodworking, Interpretative Dance (we did a show at the end of the week) and Aerobics.
My sister got into the Flower Press Class and I was so envious cause she got to bring home this beautiful device that immortalized flowers. It wasn’t until years later (many of them) that I decided it was time I make my own. I couldn’t believe I hadn’t tried this sooner! It is so simple! Plus I cheated by using pre-cut wooden plaques. Still, this is a fun project for child and adult alike and I figured I would share it with you lovely people.
4. Pre-cut wooden plaques (you can get these from most craft/hobby stores)
5. Paint Brushes
6. Nuts and bolts (x4) -Make sure they are long enough to fit through both pieces with extra give to accommidate the cardboard pieces.
7. (Not Pictured) Drill
8. (Not Pictured) Sandpaper
9. (Not Pictured) Ruler and Pen