We’ve put together loads of design challenges for you enjoy at home with your family.
Did you hear? Our free #DesignBusters activity book is now available to download and print at home!
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Watch this month’s video below or call our free Design Busters phoneline to hear the latest design challenge, then put on your thinking caps and help us solve the problem!
All of our previous challenges are at the bottom of this page for you to try out. Join V&A Dundee’s gang of creative problem solvers and shows us what you can do, tag your favourites on social media using #DesignBusters
March: Museum of Me
Join illustrator Laura Darling to create a Museum of Me and find out how she created our first ever Design Busters activity book!
Today's challenge is: Create your own Museum of Me! Look around your home and choose some objects that are important to you. What things can you draw to tell the story of you and your family. Share your designs with the world using #DesignBusters.
Design Busters kit
Create your very own Design Busters kit by gathering some simple materials from around your home. The list below might give you some ideas, but use your imagination to create the best kit ever.
Paper straws, tin foil, baking paper, kitchen roll tubes, paper plates, magazines, doilies, pegs, twist ties...
Clean cardboard, milk cartons, plastic packaging, lids, cereal boxes, tin cans, junk mail...
Paper clips, blutac, tape, glue, pencils/pens/crayons, old jotters, hole-punch, post-its...
Around the house
Newspapers, gift wrap, tissue, playdoh, lego, broken toys, paint swatches...
Wool, thread, buttons, fabric scraps, ribbon, rounded scissors...
Garden or garage
Twine, twigs, pebbles, wooden lollipop sticks, netting, silver blanket...
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