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I AM SO DOING THIS Dinosaur eggs: 1 1/4 cups dirt, 1 1/4 cups flour, 3/4 cups of salt, 1/2 cup sand. mix dry ingredients start adding water slowly until it holds form, form around critters of your choice let dry in the sun and let the kids enjoy discovering whats inside.

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Dryer Lint Fire Starters: I always save all my dryer lint for when we have fires in the back yard. Dryer lint is faboo alone for beginning a fire, but this is a neat way to bring it with you for when you go camping. My grandma used to do this for us...

  • Kristy Mercer

    I save mine in my old toilet paper tubes. Light tube and all. The tubes stand up nice in an old washing detergent box on top of the dryer. Take the lint out of the filter and stuff down in the tube.

  • Shawn T

    Great idea! :) Thanks Kristy! I'm going to try that too! I think that will be a BIG help when we burn leaves-when we are dealing with the wind, sometimes it is tough to get the fires going, but I imagine the tube would help protect the flame...

  • Elizabeth Hartwig

    At first I thought "those eggs look pretty nasty" lol

  • Debbie Gill

    LOL - your too funny!

  • Michelle K

    Cotton ball+Vaseline = wonderful fire!

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DINOSAUR EGGS - for a dino party • 1 1/4 cups dirt • 1 1/4 cups of flour • 3/4 cups salt • 1/2 cup sand • Water • Plastic Dinosaurs Mix together dirt, flour, salt and sand. Slowly stir in water to create a dough, clay-like texture. Mold the dough around one of the plastic dinosaurs. Let the eggs dry thoroughly. This may take all day or several days depending on the weather.

Treasure Rocks by thedomesticmama and thevillagecook: Made with leftover coffee grounds, salt, flour and water! #Treasure_Rocks #Kids #thevillagecook #thedomesticmama

Easy Marbelized Ornaments by alisaburke - Fill a container with about 2-3 of water - mist the surface of the water with spray paint (outside!) - Add more colors - Let the colors blend together, shake or even stir to create swirls - Dip ornament quickly remove. This tutorial is really for marbelizing paper, but you can use the same process on ornaments, and the color will dry to a permanent finish that wont peel or flake off.