Sunday, June 28, 2020

BreyerFest Diorama Contest entries, part four

Like just about everything else this summer, BreyerFest is going to be a virtual event. Instead of gathering in Kentucky, attendees will be logging onto their computers from the safety of their homes. Although there's no way to truly replicate BreyerFest online, the format does present new opportunities. Marci Driscoll writes: Since BreyerFest is virtual this year,  I decided we’d make it a family activity. I’m not sure the boys will actually ever attend in person, but they're already having a good time!
As part of their BreyerFest experience, the entire Driscoll family entered the Diorama Contest. Both of her sons chose to portray the Loch Ness Monster. This is her three and a half year old's entry. Marci made suggestions for the container, but he did the rest himself. It’s a mother and baby.
Here's her six year old's version. Marci notes that the fish are their for the monster to eat.
Not to be outdone, Marci's husband also participated. This is the Brown Cow of Cloony.
Last but not least, here's Marci's diorama. It depicts the Book of Kells.
Thank you and congratulations to all the Driscolls. Your dioramas are wonderful, and I hope you continue to have a great virtual BreyerFest!

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