Book Reviews, homeschool

Tattoo a Banana (book review)

Tattoo a Banana? Say what? Don’t you recognized the famous David on the banana on the cover. Phil Hansen’s premise is that anyone can be an artist with anything. Even me, and I can’t draw a stick figure. Turns out I don’t have to with this fun how-to book that includes templates and directions for original, creative, outlandish works of art.

Fun, fun, fun! Our only problem was deciding which project to tackle first!

Disclaimer: The publisher sent me this book totally for free, but the opinions expressed are my own.

1 thought on “Tattoo a Banana (book review)”

  1. Oh wow, this looks really cool! My boys love working on anything art related and I have nothing to offer, lol. Like you, stick figures are a little difficult for me and require lots of effort. 😉 I just spent a couple minutes reading the few reviews on Amazon and showing it to the hubs. I went ahead and ordered it (I think my Amazon Prime account is one of my most prized accounts, lol), and can't wait to show the boys!Thanks so much for sharing, and I hope you guys have a great time with it!KatieA firm believer that almost any homeschool subject can be made more interesting with a wall map and a good crossword puzzle. 🙂


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