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Lanterns

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Crayon Art. this one is really cool

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Personalized Painted Step Stools - an inexpensive and fun gift or a project kids would be proud to make themselves..

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Make a Plastic Canvas Bracelet

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And who hasn't got a pile of stones in their pocket from a walk to the park... here are some Stone Craft Ideas

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no sew seeping bag

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crafts for kids

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craft idea for kids- monster pet rocks

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Fingerprint ART ideas!

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The World’s Best Bubbles 1 1/2 quarts of water 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1 cup liquid dish soap Mix water and corn syrup until completely blended. Slowly stir in soap. Will last several weeks in an airtight container.

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Christian parenting. SO many good ideas

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Condensed milk painting. It doesn't drip, and leaves behind a shiny, glossy picture!

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Cell Phone number bracelet! Such a smart idea when traveling with little ones.. Airports, large amusement parks, etc.

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Colored Glue suncatchers

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Kids Chef Hats

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I remember making bracelets like these! I want my kids to have this memory too ^_^

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DIY- Disneyland Autograph books with the kids Initial.

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just made some of these tonight, with my own twist.... love!

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Minnie tutu

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Seat crates! Kassaundra Hilton, lets make these for the boys (=

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Melty hearts...

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10 Compliments your Kids Need to Hear

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tin can lanterns are easy for kids to make and give an amazing ambiance. just freeze water in tin cans, use sharp nails to pound holes in randomly or in a design, and pop a candle on the inside. fun, frugal and beautiful!

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Popcicle Catapult

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how to incorporate ipads for learning

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