1. It's a teapot ! It's no hoax, folks!
I told ya I was inspired by the Balloon Boy's air-craft!! The first package of Jiffy Pop I popped, I opened it wrong and the popcorn popped all over the kitchen. I musta broke a seal or something.
2. I made this goofy thing for today's Teapot Tuesday Challenge.
3. We are going to the North Pole to bring Santa a new flying machine and save Christmas!
Registered: April 20, 2005 Location: The only Eaton Rapids on the Earth, Michigan Posts: 57688
Tue, Nov 03, 2009 @ 8:00 AM
Gee, Miss Peggy must be really old or sumpin'. She's singin' jingles from the olden days. I had to Google it to knows what she wuz talkin' 'bout. Awww, that's okay, I reckon. I likes Miss Peggy; she's so much fun at da tea parties.
And look at you in all your cleverness. This hot air balloon tea pot is is high-falootin' rocket science! I wunner what would happen if you put this shiny silvery metallic thingie in the microwave? Hmmmm....
No, stop, Gertie!!! Don't listen to Bionic Burdie! She's got a screw loose; everyone KNOWS you don't put metal in a microwave. Whoa!
Registered: November 27, 2004 Location: Carpal Tunnel … slowed me down. Posts: 2283
Tue, Nov 03, 2009 @ 9:30 AM
This is hysterical. I am hoping you have a bookshelf full of all the 3D teapots you have made through the years. Maybe if we put the jiffy pot on the stove and Santa on the jiffy pot, he would be jet propelled by the popcorn?
Ok ... maybe not.
Registered: August 30, 2006 Location: Massachusetts Posts: 47207
Tue, Nov 03, 2009 @ 9:34 AM
Oh you are too funny! we used to pop these on the kitchen stove when I was little and I loved seeing the bag pop up!! what a blast from the past! AND what a great space ship teapot to fly to Santa for assistance!!!