Reece's Piano Staff for his Teacher

June 30th, 2009 in member junk     
jrjunkermom jrjunkermom, member
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Jr. Junker made this wonderful piece of art for his piano teacher Debbie Lagomarsino. He gave it to her after his recital as it will be his last for a while. He wants to try the violin now.

This is a music staff made of bolts, old toy train tracks, washers and nuts. He picked out a part of a Shel Silverstein (his favorite poet) poem to go with it. It's perfect!

It read:
She wanted to play the piano,
But her hands couldn't touch the keys
When her hands could final reach the keys
Her feet couldn't touch the floor.
When her hand could finally reach
And her feet could reach the floor
She didn't want to play that ol' piano

Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk

Comments (6)

monakent writes: This is extra cool to me, since I took piano lessons for over eight years and voice lessons for about five years. I LOVE anything that has to do with music. This project turned out so great!!! I can only guess how special this is to your piano teacher. I would absolutely LOVE this, hanging on my wall!!!
W-O-N-D-E-R-F-U-L job Reece..... gailmarie Posted: 1:04 am on July 4th
1DesignChick writes: Great job! Can't wait to see more awesome junk projects! Posted: 11:45 pm on July 1st
chippingcharm writes: This is 5 year old is inspired now too :)
Thanks for sharing! Laurel
Posted: 5:16 pm on July 1st
writes: Nice job Reese!!

Your biggest fan,

:-) JennyK Posted: 11:16 pm on June 30th
alicemom writes: Thanks so much for that show n tell. It is an outstanding show of workmanship. Way to go Jr.Junker!
Ps I know your teacher loved it too. Posted: 5:26 pm on June 30th
CottageElements writes: This is so perfect! You must be a proud mama! You go Reese. Show us more!


PS The poem was priceless, too! Posted: 5:25 pm on June 30th
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