"A Butterfly" by Katie Carleton, age 6.
Katie has a Play-doh kit that has these three spatulas you can use to get the Play-doh out of the molds and to cut it in wiggly lines. When I was in bed with a migraine the other day, Katie was left up to her own devices.
She got out her Play-doh set and soon realized all the Play-doh was gone - dog ate some, some dried up, most of it just got used over time. Without complaint, she took the three spatulas, colored them, and taped them together to make a butterfly.
I love that she continued to use the parts of the kit to create something long after some might think the kit was worthless. I mean, who can create a butterfly using a Play-doh kit that's run out of Play-doh? Katie Bug can! The butterfly is proudly displayed, taped to her bedroom door.