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hot rocks project

Here’s a cute and easy craft for ya. Hot rocks. And it’s cheap. Actually I guess it’s free! Wowza. Could be a fun Valentine’s Day project? You could draw hearts! We made these for my dad for his birthday last week (and a few for me too!) They would be super …
  • Amber Hatfield

    hot rocks project - A Bird and a Bean

  • Melissa Freeman

    Hot Rocks. Fun idea for the kiddos.

  • BubbleQuartz

    hot crayon rocks project - A Bird and a Bean

  • Staci Vallance

    Here’s a cute and easy craft for ya.   Hot rocks. And it’s cheap.  Actually I guess it’s free!  Wowza.     Could be a fun Valentine’s Day project?  You could draw hearts!   We made these for my dad for his birthday last week (and a few for me too!)  They would be super...Read More

  • Devon Taft

    decorative rocks using hot rocks and crayons

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