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Oatmeal Container Crafts

Oatmeal Container Drum: This classic kids' craft is perfect for drumming beats and storing treats!

Oatmeal container craft ideas. This blog has SO many. Perfect for all of you pincers with kids making summer porridge and crockpot oatmeal breakfasts in abundance! I mean, what else are you going to do with the container?!

headband holder for infant headbands. used an old (ugly) wine bottle box. Need a way to store your headbands? Take an old oatmeal container and cover with fabric (I used a hot pink/black zebra bandanna here) and glue it in place. I also wrapped it vertically with ribbon (glued at the top and bottom only) so that it could also hold hair clips and/or barrettes. I hot glued a cluster of silk f...

Use toilet paper rolls for individual take home craft or oatmeal container for math activity- feed the monster all the m's or m pictures or something. Reward with M 3rd Grade's A Charm: July 2011

Crafts with Oatmeal Containers

This guide is about crafts using oatmeal containers. Cardboard oatmeal cylinders can be useful for a variety of crafts and projects.

OH use COFFEE CANS and oatmeal containers like the other pin! how simple and cool!!! would look great at theENTRANCE!! great website for cheaper craft supplies

Goofy Pencil Caddy -Turn a recycled oatmeal container into a Goofy pencil caddy! www.spoonful.com/...

Giant Sunflower from an oatmeal canister, tissue paper, paint and a broomstick - (maybe use an empty gift wrap tube instead of a broomstick)

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DIY Hand Milled Soap. A fun craft Idea Basic supplies for hand-milled soap: 3 bars of plain white unscented soap Stainless steel or glass bowl Cheese grater Water or coconut milk Small saucepan Wooden spoon Additive (essential oil, natural fragrance oil, colloidal oatmeal, jojoba beads, lavender, etc.) Plastic container or candy molds Baking rack

Cool oatmeal container aquarium craft from RainbowTreeKids! www.rainbowtreeki...

DIY boxes from oatmeal boxes. You could make these with Bazzill's Antique Paper and word stickers. www.bazzillbasics...

Recycled oatmeal container Castle – Toddler Activities, Games, Crafts

Decoupage oatmeal canisters with old book pages to make supply containers for your craft room. You can use larger letter cutouts to label them.

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OH use COFFEE CANS and oatmeal containers like the other pin! how simple and cool!!! would look great at theENTRANCE!! great website for cheaper craft supplies

DIY Hand Milled Soap. A fun craft Idea Basic supplies for hand-milled soap: 3 bars of plain white unscented soap Stainless steel or glass bowl Cheese grater Water or coconut milk Small saucepan Wooden spoon Additive (essential oil, natural fragrance oil, colloidal oatmeal, jojoba beads, lavender, etc.) Plastic container or candy molds Baking rack

Craft up a GIANT sunflower with the kids using an empty oatmeal canister. make petals piano keys...give for mother's day!

Inspired by a pin I saw of this: thegainesgang4.bl... - I made my own! Need a way to store your headbands? Take an old oatmeal container and cover with fabric (I used a hot pink bandanna here) and glue it in place. I also wrapped it vertically with ribbon (glued at the top and bottom only) so that it could also hold hair clips and/or barrettes. I also hot glued a silk flower on top. I plan on using this to display my headbands for craft shows where I'm selling things for my Etsy shop- ribbonsinbloom.et...

oatmeal container aquarium craft

Ribbon holder -- cover any cyclindrical container (oatmeal, pringles, baby wipes) with paper or fabric. Cut out a strip down the middle. She suggested a dowel down the middle to hold several containers, and then hang on the craft wall.

The Crafted Sparrow: I will do this with my oatmeal containers for my sewing room !

OH use COFFEE CANS and oatmeal containers like the other pin! how simple and cool!!! would look great at theENTRANCE!! great website for cheaper craft supplies

DIY HEADBAND HOLDER How to Tutorial!! This is the cutest headband and hair accessory holder, and very easy to make too! MATERIALS NEEDED: Oatmeal container (or container of comparable size), 2 Sheets 12"x12" Scrapbook paper, Mod Podge, Foam Brush, Knob (found hers at Hobby Lobby). OPTIONAL MATERIALS: Candlestick holder (found hers at Target) and glue (she used E-6000 - can find at craft stores, or use comparable strength glue). Can top with a large flower, other adornment, or leave plain.