Sunday, March 24, 2013

Tube Shots on the Light Box

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I have posted about tube shots before in this post,  but I wanted to share how they look when used on the light box.

J also likes to lay them flat, trying to make numbers and letters, like pictured below.

Making number 7.
The tube shots are great for building a tall tower.

Building up!

J likes to turn the tower on its side and slide it across the light box, naming the colors as they go by.  And they're great for seeing how colors mix together to form new ones.

Blue and pink tubes make a pretty purple color!

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  1. I looked at the "tracing" boxes at Michaels today. Its on my list for future coupon purchase. It looks like it give off a lot of light.

    Can't wait to see what else you guys use the light box for.

    1. Mine gives off a lot of light. I am hoping to make a big light table soon. I was even asking my BIL for ideas on it since he's good at building things. We'll see what happens!