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Painting with Watercolors, Glue, and Salt. So cool, I want to do this!

Painting with Watercolors, Glue and Salt | Preschool Art Activity

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crafts with corks from wine bottles | ... made with wine bottle corks, D letter recycling bottle stoppers

DIY :: How to Make Resin Pendants - love that she doesn't use any harsh chemicals - so we could do this at camp!

This is an old nail drum from coal mines. I decorated with twigs, lights, homespun fabric, piece of burlap , star - Click image to find more Home Decor Pinterest pins

Use any old glass jar with a lid (like mayo jars, pickle jars, you name it), glue on a knob, spray paint

Never buy paint (for kids) again!! Paint- 1 cup salt, 1 cup flour, 1 c water, food coloring.

Make easily with Salt Dough - 2 cups flour, 1 cup salt, cold water. Mix until has consistency of play dough. bake at 250 for 2 hours, then cool and paint. Good recipe for thumbprint pendants

A fun free tutorial on how to make glass tile magnets.

The Cheese Dip that will make you famous! It's the dip to bring to a Super Bowl Party!

Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings

Chalk Rockets- these chalk filled rockets fly high into the air, creating beautiful exploding art all over the pavement. Way too FUN! (only a few materials needed for this fun activity, too!)

LOVE canvas using child's hand and feet

50+ Dollar Store Craft Ideas!

DIY Magic bottles—fill with distilled water, glycerin drops, glitter flakes, sequins, light plastic beads - anything that sparkles and is light enough to float around.

Vintage Teacup Bird Feeder by kalenepartlow on Etsy. 15.00, via Etsy.

Love this. Should be able to make easily with Salt Dough - 2 cups flour, 1 cup salt, cold water. Mix until has consistency of play dough. bake at 250 for 2 hours, then cool and paint….good recipe for thumbprint pendants.

Easy Scrap Fabric Bracelet DIY

With just a few supplies -- paint, glue, and clay -- children can transform the stones they stumble across into animals, people, or toys. Both tempera and acrylic paints work well for rock craft projects; tempera looks chalkier but washes off easily, making it the best choice for kids. Acrylic paint has a glossy finish. Read more at Marthastewart.com: Favorite Kids' Crafts