Here you can see how the castle building began. First she had to take all the wrappers off the band aids, and I do mean all the band-aids. And where would you have put them? Certainly not in the trash! Oh no!
Here's another view of the band-aid wrappers, combined with the Rite-Aid ad. Castle Building requires some pretty complicated supplies, and this castle could not have been completed without the assistance of the Rite-Aid ad. On the box, you can see the first few band-aids in place. It was not an easy task. Many of the band-aids just didn't want to cooperate, and had to be placed over and over again.
And here's the final product -- Izzy's castle for her Pappy. It required only 1 box of band-aids ($1.19 at Giant Eagle), one box from a flame thrower (free with the flame thrower), and two hours of a little girl's time. And you end up with a castle for a Pappy built by a princess . . . and believe me it's priceless. So tell me again, why do we buy expensive toys at Christmas?