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How To Make Sand Bags

Make this fun bag that is made from ordinary plastic grocery the ones that come from Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Walmart, Target, etc. Complete instructions show you how to cut your bags and make your plastic yarn ball to looming your bag on the Yellow Knifty Knitter brand of loom! This makes a great beach bag, as wet items won't hurt it and sand won't stick to it! Have this FREE pattern today, courtesy of [Bee Happy Designs][1]! [1]…

from Mommypotamus

How To Make Moon Sand With Three Ingredients

It’s Squishy, It’s Crumbly . . . And it crunches like a tiny bean bag when you squeeze it tight. You can mold with it, or you can smash it to smithereens. What is it? Moon sand, of course! We’re big fans homemade play dough around here, but this stuff is a totally different sensory experience. The potami love …

from Teaching Mama

Busy Bags 101- and Lots of Busy Bag Ideas!

i spy jars: how to make them -

from Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

How to Make Squishy Sand Play Dough

How to Make Squishy Sand Play Dough - Awesome for beach pretend play, making prints with shells, etc.


"How to make your own Sand Bag" they add variety, and they are completely different from any other training tool. Second, sand bags are unstable, and move around while you’re training with them; that makes them more challenging so you will be working certain muscles to a greater extent than you would with free weights.

from eHow

How to Make Retaining Walls Out of Concrete Bags

Retaining walls are often used at beaches because sand erodes easily.

from Red Tricycle

A Whimsical Under the Sea Birthday Party Idea

Whether your little mermaid is in grade school, or preschool, Easy Party Ideas and Games has a plethora of dancing, throwing, tagging and treasure hunting games—including this one, shown here by Creative Party Place.

from Apartment Therapy

How To Make Your Own Book Planters for Succulents

DIY INDOOR GARDEN / BOOK CRAFTS :: DIY Book Planter :: Materials: 1 book, parchment paper/plastic bag, white glue or Mod-Podge :: TIPS: The night before, rub some glue or MP on the edges of the pages to help when cutting. After cutting, rub some glue or MP on the inside of the pages where you've cut out to seal. Try cutting to the size of a tofu tub & using that as lining instead of parchment or plastic. For succulents, mix sand in the soil & plant larger ones in the corners for support.


We’ve been playing around with food coloring a lot lately! For years, I didn’t even touch the stuff, but now I find that I can’t live without it. Why? Because food coloring is amazing. It’s fun. You can do so much with food coloring including fizzy fun, making sidewalk chalk paint, shaving cream rain, color changing …