October 1, 2009

Resources



MATERIALS
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white felt paper
2 large barrettes
Crocs
white shirt
white capris
black boa
gold paper crown
toy plastic flute
plastic ball
gold foiled paper
wooden cabinet knob
horn barrettes
brown and yellow striped shirt
white pants
fake hair for tail
matching Moishe shoes
horn with strap
bull nose
fuzzy gray shirt
gray shorts
tan Bernard shoes
vine-like rope
green/brown construction paper
large cardboard box
cardboard scraps of all sizes
small boxes
2 poles
small stick
yellow posterboard paper
yellow plastic table covers
rope or twine
L brackets
WTWTA book (or a spare, if you'd like the original intact)
typed Pic 'n Stick instructions
Pic 'n Stick samples
Wild Thing stickers
guest photos (wallet/4x6 size)
colored lunch bags
bag name stickers
Hershey's chocolate bars
candy label stickers
character Paper Toy print-outs
printed Wild Thing faces
large popsicle sticks
birthday banner
printed food namecards


TOOLS
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scissors
scrapbook scissors
x-acto
cutting mat
sewing kit
gorilla/wood/epoxy/elmer's glue
packing/masking/duct/double-sided/scotch tape
paintbrushes
various color paints
white acrylic paint
light blue acrylic paint
red/tan/white house paint
gold/red/various spraypaint
black pen
writing pens
gray/green/brown/black markers
yardstick
straightedge ruler
drying clips
weights/rocks
digital camera


STORES & ONLINE SUPPLIERS
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Evite
Toy-A-Day
eBay
Spirit Halloween
Diddams
Michaels
Dollar Tree
OSH
Borders
Costco
Old Navy

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5 comments:

  1. Would you be willing to share the photo shopped pics you used for the stickers? This looks great. I am doing Where the Wild things are for my twins 1st birthday.

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  2. I linked to your blog from mine, http://thebeazhive.blogspot.com/2010/02/its-wild-rumpus.html Thank you for posting all your great Where the Wild Things Are ideas! And thanks again for sending me the clipart!

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  3. Hello! I'm not sure if you still check this blog, but I'm wondering if you might be willing to send me that clipart as well. I'm hosting a baby shower for my friend and she loves WTWTA, and I think this would be a huge hit for a theme!

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  4. The sticker sheet clipart is now included on the Pic 'n Stick Book Project blog page. Look for the link at the end of the post. Good luck everyone!

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