Watercolor Birds - simple watercolors that I think even kids would enjoy making their own version
Felt Easter Eggs
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Jelly bean jar, Ball mason jar quilt
How To Paint Letters on Wood Without a Stencil Craftaholics Anonymous®
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Great optical illusion! See more: http://www.interestingenginering.com
So cool! (at the bottom of staircase, lying on the ground.)
Monument Valley Regional Middle School Art Class: Trick Photography, 7th Grade
Colors of jelly beans
Don't be blue; I will gladly share my pins with you. NO PIN LIMITS~ I believe in sharing.
Black Umbrella, Red Rain Boots
Unique idea! Painting the flowers....yellow! Lots of possibilities! Girl / Child / photography
Late Night Stamper: The Scrapbook artwork of Michele Hillam - My Twin Sister
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Painting rocks to look like colourful bugs.
Pebble feet . Use the pebbles your little Ones collect and keep
Great idea to make a pathway with rock footprints imbedded in the path. The rocks could represent kids, grandkids, friends, family, those that have passed away or the steps you have taken in the right direction to change your life. The meaning could be endless.
From Collecting the Moments Blog, Slippers to make from old sweaters
colorful pompoms to make a clown from a paper plate
When I was a little girl I once owned a book of paper snowflake patterns. This year Ive cut out quick snow flakes for my video blog and a few small ones for my Sunday school class. The urging for very pretty ones is definitely there.
This Christmas ornament is easy enough for little ones to make, with adult supervision. If making with children, be sure to have them print their name and year on the back—it will be a cherished holiday keepsake.
Sun-Catchers made by painting on wet glue - from Housing a Forest (",)