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  • Christina Mendoza

    Use colored glue, or maybe white glue with food coloring or acrylic craft paint mixed in. Fill cookie cutters and let dry about 24 hours. Use a hole punch to add string, and make sun catchers or Christmas ornaments.

  • Sally Balmes

    {Time for Play} Colored Glue Suncatchers: Add food coloring to a bottle of glue and pour into cookie cutters (onto wax paper). Allow to dry and punch a hole to hang. :)

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Big D and Me said... I've never done this with my kids. This looks like lots of fun - we will definitely be trying this - thanks for the idea! August 15, 2011 at 10:18 AM Brooke @ Let Kids Create said... Wow, this is awesome! We have been stocking up on the glue as well. Do you just