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My grandmother's favorite--Lantana is so easy to grow. It attracts butterflies, loves sun and can tolerate drought. Good watering results in a showy and large plant. Freezes to the ground in winter but returns year after year.
DIY Glitter- Preheat the oven to Place salt (table salt/sea salt) into a small bowl. Add drop of food coloring and mix. Spread mixture onto a baking sheet in one layer. Bake in oven for 10 minutes. Let cool, then transfer into a storage container for use.
Polyanthus plants, sometimes known as primrose, are a spring plant that offers blooms in a rainbow of colors. There is a difference between a Polyanthus and a Primrose. A primrose has one flower on a stalk, but a polyanthus has many.
Did you know if you draw on a lightbulb, that the design will cast on your wall at night. How adorable for a child's room -- Even let child design their own lightbulb and watch their art project on the wall!
Juggling With Kids: Salt Painting Draw a picture with glue, sprinkle salt, dip a paintbrush in water and food coloring and touch it to the salt.kids will be mesmerized. If you love arts and crafts an individual will love our site!
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Make colored sand art by stirring a chalk stick in a bowl of salt. it changes the color. Stir less for light color and more for dark richer color. (I used to do this with salt and food coloring. but the chalk stick idea is brilliant!