Introduction: Noah and the Whale

I love cardboard.

A big box arrived. My daughter Claire and I worked transforming it into a whale I could use as a Photo Booth in the class I was teaching: " Noah and the Whale". We also made origami boats and whales. I have broken out in hives so I might not be thinking clearly and the class might have been confused. That being said it is pretty easy to draw / cut / transform a box into something fun. Origami is fun.

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eperry2 made it! (author)2015-01-29

Noah didn't get eaten by a whale it was Jonah

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abugslife99 made it! (author)2013-05-12

Heh heh ... my little joke ... well someone noticed :)

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xenor made it! (author)2013-05-07

Erm, isn't it Jonah and the whale?

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abugslife99 made it! (author)2013-04-11

Thank you both for your positive comments

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Dominic Bender made it! (author)2013-04-08

This looks amazing - I can picture my two girls quarreling about who gets eaten first :). Thanks for sharing!

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sunshiine made it! (author)2013-04-08

My kids would have loved this! Great job! Thanks for sharing and do have a splendorous day!
sunshiine

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