draw on sandpaper with crayon, turn upside down, iron onto T-shirt. how proud will kids be to wear their original art designs!

"Draw on sandpaper with crayon, turn upside down, iron onto T-shirt. how proud will kids be to wear their original art designs!" How proud I will be to wear my own original art designs! 'TWILL BE SO GANGSTER AND THUG.

Fabric covered circle bulletin boards-would be so cute behind my desk for my notes and reminders

Tablón de notas con salvamanteles de ikea

Fabric covered circle bulletin boards - I will use for his art with kiddie fabrics. Corkboard trivets really inexpensive at Ikea! no link - but just used fabric and glue:)

how to make 20 different fabric flowers

Make 20 different Fabric Flowers

Cute - make a twisted rolled rose from two layers of fabrics of different textures, then pair with a ruffled flower as the background! How To Make a Fabric Flower Rosette ~ The Decorated House. So easy, step by step instructions.

How to Remove Acrylic Paint from Clothing (even after it dries!) using plain old rubbing alcohol~but read the instructions because you need to follow her technique.

Wish I had known how to remove paint from clothing a long time ago. Wish I had known how to remove paint from clothing a long time ago. Wish I had known how to remove paint from clothing a long time ago.

Dip cups in black paint, press on paper to make design, let dry, then paint inside the spaces

CC Abstract Art project for week Dip cups in black paint, press on paper to make design, let dry, then paint inside the spaces

Grateful journal...need to make this for next year - i love this idea! what a great way to choose joy everyday!

I've always loved the idea of Gratitude Journals. Really love the idea of a daily Gratitude Journal for the whole year. There are always things to be grateful for in each and every single day!

Glitter stick make these instead of having little kids use loose glitter. Brilliant. What would I do without Pinterest?

Wax!!

Make glitter crayons instead of using loose glitter (which gets everywhere!) -- Need fine glitter, old wax crayons (broken into pieces), plastic mold, tin can, and a stirring stick.

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