Monday, January 4, 2010

My son's project for Dad .. the Money Bank

All right so this adventure to build Dad something for Christmas came with lots of perusing the local Ace Hardware. Since we couldn't figure out how to make an "everything maker" and with the time we put in at Ace we TRIED. We decided on a money bank for Dad. One big enough to catch all his change when he got home. So here is my kiddo with the vented mask on because he wanted to spray paint the bottom part.

So here he is spray painting the container for the bottom. took alot of work, but got it done. (and yes those are horseshoe prints from another project.

Here is the top piece. The kiddo picked the piece of plastic plumbing to put in the top and practiced dropping change in it to make sure it would work well. Development and Testing Department there.

And we cut white vinyl letters so he would know what it is. And excuse the sideways picture, but here it is all together. Alot of fun!! The planning process was sooo much fun. And practicing our Darth Vader voices with the painting mask on. That was fun. Really just great to work on it with him. So wonderful ! And Dad was happy to!

Well that is that project. More to come. Sorry about the sideways.

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