Creation from a Hunger Games Obsession

At ’s request, when I was out shopping last week I picked up a tub of clay.  After I left the room she got to work on her newest project, straight from her

Her Hunger Games continues – I present to you the :

It’s not quite finished yet, but she took it to school anyway, since she was so proud of her progressing creation (as she should be).  Unfortunately she dropped it, hence the missing section on the top left-ish area and a few minor chunks around the edges.  She plans to fix it, but I think it makes it look like an archeological find, don’t you? 

She apparently has plans in her head for painting it some more, so I’ll show you that when it’s done.  I asked her to pose with it so you could see the scale of it, and she obliged:

Not quite what I had in mind, but I’ll take it.  She’s still in mode and plans to mass-produce these to sell to Hunger Games fans.  Not this one, of course, since it’s her “one-of-a-kind prototype”.  Her words.  I love that kid.

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21 thoughts on “Creation from a Hunger Games Obsession

  1. I just love how crafty she is!

    Did you read the Hunger Games with her? My ten year old keeps bugging me to let her read them, but I’ve heard they are pretty violent. What did you think?

  2. That daughter of yours certainly has a head on her shoulders – both imagination AND business sense in one person – she should go far!

    My current obsession: finishing The Bloggess’s new biography without losing a major piece of my anatomy. Because, as I read it, I am LMAO!

    Cheers,
    ~EdT.

  3. Sigh, especially after seeing the movie and having read the trilogy twice, I would like one myself! Let me know when she trademarks her design and starts taking orders. 🙂

  4. Thats very impressive! I could not do that – am somewhat lacking in creativity! I have only read the first 2 books so far…

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