use an empty soda bottle as a flower stamp, quickly and easily creating her own sakura blossom picture in just minutes. It's pretty enough to frame and hang on the wall, but simple enough for children to master! [how to make easy cherry blossom art] Project estimate: Poster board, on hand or $0.50 Paint, on hand or $1 and up Empty soda bottle, on hand
Made this--Natural lip stain made from beet! 2tbsp olive oil, 1tbsp honey, 1 beet. Blend and strain. Pour the liquid stain into a glass jar or other air tight container. Using a lip brush or cotton swap, slide the stain over clean, dry lips.When done, store in refrigerator for up to four weeks or in the freezer for two months
It's so quick and easy, dirt cheap (you have all the ingredients stocked in your pantry already, swear), non-toxic, hurts less than both strip and hard wax, and rinses clean off, so you don't have sticky spots on your skin when finished; it doesn't clog your pores (Hello?! It dissolves in hot water), and if you have a spill, it's super easy to get off the floor/carpet/clothes (unlike regular wax).
(Used this mostly as inspiration for Ellie's 1st birthday banner.) Didn't use paint-chips. (Seriously people, that's basically stealing.) Cut hearts with Cricut (about 2.5"). Cut "Happy Birthday" w/ Cricut (1.5"). Glued letters to hearts, punched holes in the tops and strung coordinating ribbon through to hang. Took two hours, off and on.
Hearts, hearts, hearts