Contest Directions: Let's help the kids learn the alphabet by alphabet-shaping the world. Reshape objects, people, animals, in photos or paintings to give them (full or in part) a shape of letter(s) from English alphabet.
Started: 6/29/2006 06:00
Ended: 7/1/2006 06:00
This gallery only contains our top 19 selections from its parent contest Alphabet Shapes. All 28 contest pictures can be viewed here.
mashby "C is for cookie, that's good enough for me C is for cookie, that's good enough for me C is for cookie, that's good enough for me Oh, cookie, cookie, cookie starts with C" This chop has it all: cookie, milk, boob
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This contest is fueled by the following news: In the Sunflower State, four Kansas State University graduate students might actually be chastised for their parents because of a new product they have created that actually encourages children to play with their food. The product they have created, which is called Jumble Beef Jerkey, is shaped in the form of the 26 letters of he English alphabet. The backs of the vacuum sealed packages in which the products come in contain word games that are intended to encourage children to play with the letters, play with their food, and spell words. Jumble Beef Jerket is targeted for a younger demographic in flavor as well as styling. The sweet barbecue flavoring is less spicy than what normally is associated with jerky products.