Paddles for all
Comments:Ooookay, well, it looks like a display of identical paddles for an extremely reasonable price (by spanking implement standards). But what is it really; what did the people who put it up intend it to be? That's a hobby/crafts store, I guess? Are they supposed to be breadboards, that you decorate and hang up in the kitchen? Seems like breadboards would come in more than one shape/size. Also seems like the handle would be shorter and the blade -- the part where the bread goes -- would be longer. (Actually, even for a paddle the handle seems too long, but the shape makes more sense for a paddle than a breadboard.)
Or maybe decorated paddles are a thing now, and I just didn't realize it? Frat paddles; you put Greek letters on them?
An amazing and mysterious sight.
Check out the picture of the finished product:
Step 1 Paint front and back of paddle pink. Let dry.
Step 2 Adhere paper to paddle using Mod Podge®.
Step 3 Stick on glitter letters to spell “Big Sis”.
Step 4 Glue on flower embellishments and painted wood embellishment.
Step 5 Decorate the paddle with white polka dots using the end of a paintbrush dipped in Wedding Cake paint.
Step 6 Add pink glitter dots using the Glitter Liners.
Step 7 Tie ribbon through hole to hang.
From my viewpoint it's kind of sad to think that they are never intended to spank anyone. I guess the back side isn't decorated (it lays against the wall), so that side could be used for its intended purpose if needed. All the glued-on decorations might come flying off the other side, though.
Thanks for the research, Gretchen.
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