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HOW TO MAKE RUB-ON TRANSFER DESIGN PAPER (TUTORIAL): Materials needed = sheet of transfer paper (reuse over and over), ink jet printer, and a solid flat object, eg, popsicle stick, to rub on the designs with. Print words/designs onto transfer paper and let dry, then rub images onto dry surfaces like paper (scrapbook pages, greeting cards), plastic, fabric and metal by rubbing with stick. Save commonly used designs and expressions on computer for reprinting commonly used expressions and designs!

How to Make a Rub-On Transfer | eHow

St. Pattys day handprints, I want each kid to do one hand print. It would work great since I have four kids.

25+ awesome crafts and activities for kids with a St. Patrick's Day theme.

Recipes galore...homemade sidewalk chalk, rainbow pasta, finger paint, bubbles, fruit roll ups, bath paint, play-doh, etc...

Today is World Oceans Day. Here’s a round up of wonderful activities from fellow bloggers to inspire your child’s mind and start nurturing little stewards of the ocean

How to put together affordable, fantastic gift baskets. (Plus a lists of suggested items for different themes)!

Water marbles! Crazy how a few kitchen ingredients will make these. Weird, I can't wait to try. Science party?

Mad Science Week Activities - homemade bouncy balls, lots of fizzy, messy explorations & so much hands-on fun

This page has tons of gift basket ideas......with fun printable tags too!

Rainy for magnetic letters in the bath tub -- great activity for winter days. This site has SO many fun things for kids to do!!"

Aw, I want to do this with my kids on Halloween! Smoking cauldron drink, usually with Hawaiian Punch, root beer, or Ginger Ale. Goes wonderful with pizza. :]

No way. DIY Mason jar to-go cup! Poke hole in lid and widen to fit straw, glue #14 washer over hole.

Fabric Coasters: A Quick and Easy Sewing Project | Angie's Art Studio