Let's be honest, ever girl has wanted to do this since she first saw it on The Princess Diaries. Maybe I'll fill a few with glitter.

Let's be honest, every girl has wanted to do this since she first saw it on The Princess Diaries. throw darts at paint filled balloons

Add water to Elmer’s glue and brush inside of mason jar. Put glitter inside of the jars, and roll/spin the jar around until the glitter coats the sides. Add a tea light after it dries.

Add water to Elmer’s glue and brush inside of mason jar. Put glitter inside of the jars, and roll/spin the jar around until the glitter coats the sides. Add a tea light after it dries, and voila-- DIY glitter mason jar candles!

YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN GLITTER!!!! MY LIFE JUST CHANGED FOREVER! Preheat the oven to 350. Place salt (table salt/sea salt) into a small bowl. Add drop of food coloring and mix with the salt. 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.

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.

Water color crayons. Shaved onto the paper with a sharpener, then sprayed with water and sandwiched between paper and ironed.

Watercolor Crayon Shavings: Use a pencil sharpener to shave watercolour crayons onto paper. Spray with water, sandwich between paper & iron

Set the card stock on the baking sheet and have your child use the glue to draw a design on the paper.   Sprinkle the wet glue with salt until it's completely covered, then tap off any excess.  Have your child use the eyedropper to drip colored water, one drop at a time, onto the salt. As the salt absorbs the liquid, the water will move along the glue lines, resulting in a wonderful web of color.

Absorbing Artwork Materials Card stock Rimmed baking sheet White glue Salt Colored water (see tip below) Eyedropper

Bubble Prints!   I poured some kids bubbles into small containers.  Then, I mixed a few drops of food coloring into the containers.  The bubbles were cheapo and weren't really bubbly, so I added some dish soap as well.  Then, I blew bubbles just as you normally would blow bubbles and let them land on the paper.  When they popped, they left these splatters and circle prints.

Bubble painting: mix food coloring in with bubbles, blow bubbles on to page and let them pop. Have to try this with my bubble crazed grandkids!

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THIS is the Coolest thing ever! 2 in 1 Creative 9 Colors Shoes iPhone Stand Data Port Cable Dust Plug Phone Accessory Charm Headphone Jack Earphone for iPhone 4 5

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A lamp made out of doilies! Take a bunch of doilies and sort of papier-mache them to a large balloon. Pop the balloon, run a light through the doily-ball, and BAM. The effect is beautiful.


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