Fill eggs with paint and toss them at canvas. Add it to the bucket list
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Turtle rock needs a log. Glue rocks together before painting them, attaching small stone features such as eyes, feet, or beaks to body parts before joining larger parts; attach whiskers and tails after painting. Cement glue makes the strongest bond but should be used only by parents working in a well-ventilated area. Use coffee sticks or pop sticks for support on underside.
rock crafts: rock turtle
Homemade pet jelly fish. that's about the neatest thing EVER. I did this with my 3rd, 4th and 5th grade class. Told them to bring in a bottle and a bag. Some of the kids brought it in and the rest of the kids thought it was dumb. After we did this project, the kids who thought it was dumb, didn't think so anymore. Kids who made them, named them and love them at home now.
Jellyfish in a bottle -- so very, very cool
Beautiful butterflies - made from aluminum soda / beer / beverage cans! Great upcycle / recycle / repurpose craft - colored with permanent markers - very good tutorial here - i tried it myself and it's amazing how vibrant the colors really are! i will use a tin cookie cooking pan and see if it does ok,,,
All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap. So cool! Art project
Backyard Scrabble - Make that Playground Scrabble?
Sharpie marker on wax paper - looks like stained glass
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An American flag made of painted sticks. A cute alternative to a wreath on the front door.
egg experiment ~ amaze your kids with these simple science experiences
So smart, re-use a rotisserie chicken container as a mini greenhouse!...
Did these myself... I absolutely LOVE them!!! Add rustic beauty to your mantle with twig candle holders. This DIY project is simple and natural, using just a flat candle holder (check thrift stores!), garden pruners, craft adhesive and dry tree or shrub branches of your choosing. The same concept could be used on vases or other decorative items. you could make sparkly ones too.
Too easy. Go outside. Pick up couple branches. Break the branches. Glue onto votives.
FIREWORKS!! Dip your pipe cleaner in the paint and stamp away!