EUGENE, Ore. -- As part of the Sheldon Community Center’s youth camps, kids learned how to make miniature worlds.
Sheldon Community Center staff worked with the Eugene Miniatures Club to teach kids something new.
The design of the mini world was already built, but participants had to cut, paint, glue and hammer their worlds together.
"I like it,” camper Skyler Anderson said. “It’s good so far. We’re starting to make ghost and a table. It’s kind of hard because you don’t know where to place the glue and stuff.”
Eugene Miniatures Club members said there’s a lot of patience involved in completing the project, as well as following directions and paying attention to small details, which most jobs require.
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