As the closing time comes close the last of the entries are flying in!!!Well done everyone they are amazing!!! Here is a few more from today:

The Big Ben, London, UK. Made using match sticks and lollipop sticks! Impressive!

Decorative shoe box made with a variety of stickers!!!Very creative!

The Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE. Made with paper and paints!Great Job!

The Big Ben, London, UK. Made using 100s of match sticks!! Wow! Well done!!

The Eiffel Tower, Paris, France. Made using waffers, cottage cheese and maca!! Yum!! 🙂

The Tower Bridge, London, UK. Made with cardboard and beads. Lit up with Diya’s in celebration of Diwali(festival of light). Amazing!!

Galley Head light house, Cork, Ireland. Made using Lego. Great Job!
Recreation of a scene from Jurassic World. Made from Lego. Awesome!
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Semi-Automatic tactical shotgun. Made with Lego. Great Job!
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The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy. Made out of paper. Well  done!!

Space Rocket. Made using tissues,paper plates, foil,glue and tape.

Windmill made with lots of lollipop sticks!! Wowser!!
The Eiffel Tower, Paris, France. Made with Duplo.

The Big Ben, London, UK. Made with matchsticks.

Stone Age House made with spaghetti!
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Angel Falls, Venezuela. Made with a variety of materials.

A Pagoda (a tiered tower with multiple eaves). Made with a variety of materials.

Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE. Made using toilet rolls!!

Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE. Made using blocks and cars.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy. Made with clay and lollipop sticks.
An Egyptian Pyramid made from cardboard and lights.
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A Christmas tree! Made with hard paper. paint, glue, different kind of food-buckwheat, coconut flakes, red and white beans, spelt flakes, coffee beans, 2 types of pasta, sesame seeds and chickpeas, also string and a seed found in the park after the storm.Placed on the top of the tree!! What a delicious construction!! Well done!

A pyramid made with lollipop sticks and play doh!

The London Eye, London, UK. Made with pipe cleaners(wheel), skewers(spokes), pasta/Conchiglie(passenger capsule),cling film(capsule cover), pegs(passengers inside capsule), Clip locks(to hold the wheel), blue tack, milk can lid,  fork+ toilet paper roll to hold the wheel from behind.

The GPO, Dublin, Ireland. Made with cardboard and paint.

The Hansel and Gretel house made of sweets!! Delicious!
London Eye, made with wire, lollipop sticks, kitchen roll and skewers.
The Sean Casey Community Centre, Dublin, Ireland. Made with Cardboard and paint.
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The Lotus Shopping Complex. Made with polystyrene and cardboard.
A lit up Eiffel Tower, Paris, France. Made with cardboard.
The Giza Pyramid. Made from lollipop sticks.
The Convention Centre, Dublin, Ireland. Made with cardboard and plastic bottles.

The London Eye. Made with lollipop sticks.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa. Made with clay.
The Big Ben. Made with clay.

Mini Farmhouse made from Lego.

Halloween house made from Lego.

The Eiffel Tower, made with lollipop sticks.
The London Eye, using connectors, sticks, origami paper carriages, clay and cardboard.

Eiffel Tower, made with Lego.
Pyramid made with play doh and skewers.
These are amazing everyone! Well done to James(6th class), Matylda(1st class), Ahmad(2nd class)Kristian(2nd class) Ida(Senior infants), Greta(4th class), Janisha(1st class),Shilin(2nd class)Saadat(2nd class), Firasat(3rd class),Raima(2nd class),Adam(2nd class),Laura(2nd class), Maciej(2nd class), Eileen(4th class), Mahnoor(4th class), Mateo(1st class), Mika(5th class), Rohan(Senior infants), Priti(4th class), Samaira(4th class), Ahmed(3rd class), Malwina(Junior infants), Rumaysaa(Junior infants), Suhita(1st class), Maebh(3rd class), Moya(1st class), Anvith(4th class), Aaditya(2nd class), Aayushi(4th class), Daniella(4th class), Siddarth(1st class), Ronald(1st class),Oskar(2nd class), Kacper(2nd class), Saurish(2nd class), Abbas(4th class), Yashmit(1st class), Julia(2nd class), Arwa(2nd class).

Good luck everyone! Competition closes at 9am Thursday 18th October.

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