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“So we have an ocean that we plan to fill with LOTS of sea life. And it looks like we’re going to need a way to motor around and see it all. Let’s make a submarine!” There it is. What it’s like to be a thought in my brain. One thing leads to another and of the many, many voices in my head, not a single one ever yells, “Stop! Go to bed! Enough already!” Not a single one. So here goes. A yellow submarine with the world’s most awesome portholes.
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Anna Crowley Redding is a mom and stepmom to FIVE kids and the author of six books for young readers with four more on the way! You can check out more information on her books and support her writing by clicking here.
This is too cute!! I love it!
Thank you so much! I just checked out your blog and love it! I wish you could take me shopping. You have a great eye!
Aw that’s so sweet of you, thanks!
That is so cool – love it!
Thank you very much!
I love you sea ideas do you have ideas for the jungle?
This was such a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing it in this post. Your portholes were my inspiration for my church’s VBS decorations over the summer, which I just added to my blog. I put a different spin on it, borrowing ideas from here and there, but you were the jumping off point! I hope you’ll check out my photos, since you were a “virtual collaborator” without knowing it! 🙂 The kids LOVED it! https://viewfromthepiedmont.com/2016/10/17/plastic-plate-portholes-for-a-fantasy-submarine/