painted pineapples = the cutest summer party decorations! Omg this painted pineapple reminds me of a guy named Mason in my photo class who's a senior and is painting fruit and things and bringing them into class for people to remember him by
Treasure Stone: you'll need 1 cup flour 1 cup used coffee grounds cup salt cup sand cup water. When doing a dinosaur study, I bought small plastic dinosaurs to insert and made dinosaur eggs. After several days we cracked the eggs open and voila!
Painted heart rocks--cute idea in Family magazine--on the first day of school can have kid keep it in their pocket so they know mom is always with them. Will have to do this with Reighan next week. Bailey and Kailey would love this!
Rock Crafts - Martha Stewart Crafts - A creative way for kids to use the stones they stumble across is to turn them into animals, people, or objects. With just a few supplies -- paint, glue, and clay -- children can try out their skills as rock artists.
How to make a monster rocks Things you need Paint A black feltip A white feltip A small pom pom A googly eye Get the rocks and paint them. Next glue the two googly eyes and the pom pom onto the rocks . Finally draw a scary mouth onto the rock .