Wednesday 8 May 2024

In Which Bob Takes A Stand

So here is the puppet stand which Bob made. The base is beautiful top quality ply [from some offcuts donated to The Shed] the rods are leftover from the Pikler Triangle which Bob built for George four years ago. Bob stamped the base with the logo of The Shed Project.
We went over to Swaffham on Tuesday morning, to present it to Tim-the-Trustee. Behind them you can see a little niche in the wall, painted black.
The puppets fit beautifully! Sue, the other volunteer present, said they had a school group in last week, who really enjoyed playing with them.

They do look good in this little space with their own spotlight! Bob and I have enjoyed collaborating on the project [and Rosie made a lovely thankyou card for the Museum too, with the picture of her in the garden holding Bastet]


24 comments:

  1. That's a job very well done indeed. Congratulations all round!

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  2. Ah, well done Bob! Excellent job!

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  3. What a great collaboration, gold stars all round and a special gold ๐ŸŒŸ for Rosie. Regards Sue H

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  4. The picture on Monday's post shows Rosie with her cat.

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  5. What a great stand for the superb puppets!
    How lovely to hear that the school group enjoyed playing with the puppets. Well done you two!

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    1. I was pleased to know the children had appreciated them

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  6. Great job, Bob! We have one of those in our church nursery for the puppets though ours is not such great quality.

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    1. I'm sure the puppets are loved and used, which is what matters most

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  7. So simple and yet still well made and beautiful. And don't the puppets look amazing on the stand. :-)

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    1. The stand & spotlight make a real feature of them

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  8. This is so perfect , and a true family project. I think the stand will help keep the puppets in good condition and they will last a long time! JanF

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    1. They are washable, which is important

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  9. Those lovely puppets deserve to be displayed nicely, lovely x
    Alison in Wales x

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  10. Beautiful display and well done on a joint project.

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  11. What a super project. The museum must be thrilled to have this.

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  12. What a successful joint project. You must both be thrilled to see the puppets on their stand displayed in their own special niche with lighting!

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    1. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Š It's very exciting!

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  13. That was a wonderful family project with Rosie making the suggestion and her grandparents helping with the execution! You make a great team!

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