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Suncatcher craft for kids made from glue, food coloring, and recycled plastic lids BABBLE DABBLE DO

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Lava lamps bring individuality to any home. Moreover, kids love to play with them as the lava-like bubble goes up and down the lamp. This beautiful decor is an expensive one but you won't have to worry as you can make a DIY lava lamp for your home.

The DIY Lava Lamp that Will Make you a Hero to your Kids

Lava lamps bring individuality to any home. Moreover, kids love to play with them as the lava-like bubble goes up and down the lamp. This beautiful decor is an expensive one but you won't have to worry as you can make a DIY lava lamp for your home.

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Folded Magazine Cross

• 3/4 cup cold water • 1 cup Elmer’s glue • liquid food coloring • 1/2 cup hot water • 1 teaspoon borax Directions: In bowl 1 – mix together the cold water, glue, and food coloring, set aside. In bowl 2 – mix together the hot water and borax, until the borax is completely dissolved. Slowly add glue mixture to borax mixture. Mix well. Pour off excess water.

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Salt painting. Make a glue design on dark paper, coat with salt, gently touch the salt with food coloring on a wet paintbrush, and the color spreads. Fun art project for kids!

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Stained Glass Art

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Materials 1 cup sand 1/2 tbsp cornstarch 1 tsp dish soap water (as needed) Optional* Food coloring Directions Step 1: In a bowl, mix fine sand and cornstarch together. Step 2: Add dish soap and water, and combine thoroughly until well mixed. Step 3: Add food coloring if you’d like! Step 4: Let dry for 1-2 hours. Step 5: Start playing!

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What I used: 3 tbsp. Epsom salt (or coarse sea salt) 1/2 cup baking soda 1/4 cup cornstarch or arrowroot powder 1/4 cup citric acid 1 tbsp coconut oil spraying bottle with witch hazel or water liquid food coloring essential oils (optional)

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