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april bulletin board, cut out of large coffee filters and drop water colors on it!

Tippytoe Crafts: Coffee Filter Snowflakes

Tippytoe Crafts: Coffee Filter Snowflakes

Mega•Spooky: crafts. Coffee filter cobweb craft.

Coffee Filter Hydrangeas, full tutorial with pictures - these are just BEAUTIFUL, would work well with tissue paper too, I am thinking - by Paper Pendulum - #papercrafts #flowers #crafts - tå√

Paper Pendulum: Coffee Filter Hydrangeas

Coffee Filter Peonies flowers

Watercolor Coffee Filter Umbrella

The Chocolate Muffin Tree: Make and Takes Book Review!!!

Coffee Filter Crafts - 5 Crafty Uses for Coffee Filters | Design Happens

Spring Fun: Top 10 Coffee Filter Crafts | Skinny Mom | Tips for Moms | Fitness | Food | Fashion | Family

Peacock coffee filter craft. I really love this.

Little Page Turners: P is for Peacock

Butterfly: Coffee Filter Craft

Butterfly: Coffee Filter Craft | Healthy Mama Info

Coffee Filter Poppy Flower | Crafts | Spoonful

Coffee Filter Poppy Flower | Crafts | Spoonful

Melted Crayon Butterfly This favorite old way to use up bits and pieces of crayons has been updated to appeal to  both very young kids and the older kids who are looking for a bigger challenge.

Crayon Butterfly

AMANDA HAS THIS!Faux Tie Dye Flowers - cut out 3-5 "flowers" per person and include eye dropper. Include instructions to color on the coffee filter and then use dropper to drop water to see it spread.

Create daffodil-shaped candy dishes for a fanciful table display using coffee filters and food coloring. Tools and Materials

Brody's coffee filter art! So easy. Color filters with washable markers and spray with water on to thick construction paper. So easy for little ones.

Watercolor butterflies on giant coffee filters + craft stick bodies

Artsonia Art Exhibit :: Hawaiian Butterflies: McCarter 3's

Coffee filter autumn leaves Guiding questions: Why should art be created to draw attention to environmental issues? How do artists create art as a response to environmental issues? What is the difference, if any, between craft and art?