Double trouble

Children created a life-size portrait of themselves and designed tie dye t-shirts at Making Space in Leigh Park.   Pictured are: (l-r) Fae Petrou (6), Isabelle Vacher (11) and Millie Spink (6) all from Havant, colouring in Millie's life-size drawing.  Picture: Sarah Standing (122701-6809)
Children created a life-size portrait of themselves and designed tie dye t-shirts at Making Space in Leigh Park. Pictured are: (l-r) Fae Petrou (6), Isabelle Vacher (11) and Millie Spink (6) all from Havant, colouring in Millie's life-size drawing. Picture: Sarah Standing (122701-6809)

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YOUNGSTERS drew doubles of themselves by making life-sized portraits at an arts and crafts day.

Making Space, in Leigh Park, held a week of events at its workshop in Bishopstoke Road for children to create things during the summer holidays.

On one day, they drew themselves on large bits of paper before colouring in their features.

Some of them transformed themselves into fantasy characters in the process.

Dani Allen, from Making Space, said: ‘They all had a brilliant time and really enjoyed themselves.

‘We had aliens, ballerinas, and all sorts of things.

‘Then we put it together in a public exhibition.’