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salt painting...draw design with glue, pour salt over and touch with liquid watercolor paint...the paint will spread through the salt

salt painting...draw design with glue, pour salt over and touch with liquid watercolor paint...the paint will spread through the salt

Paper plate dream catchers inspired by Roald Dahl and Disney's The BFG. Easy kids craft for toddlers to big kids. Perfect for Girl Scout Troops too.

The BFG Paper Plate Dream Catchers Kids Craft The Suburban Mom

Paper plate dream catchers inspired by Roald Dahl and Disney's The BFG. Easy kids craft for toddlers to big kids. Perfect for Girl Scout Troops too.

Tons of very cool Color by number pages...YES PLEASE! !!! If you have kids, grandkids or you're just like me and love to color, lol, this site is for you!!

Tons of very cool Color by number pages...YES PLEASE! !!! If you have kids, grandkids or you're just like me and love to color, lol, this site is for you!!

Put glue on paper in designs, pour salt over it and then drop small watercolor paint droplets and watch the colors grow! kids-love-summer

Put glue on paper in designs, pour salt over it and then drop small watercolor paint droplets and watch the colors grow! kids-love-summer

"Long Distance Hug"  Such a cute idea, string together your child's handprint and mail to those who can't be there for Valentine's day, or any other holiday/special event.

"Long Distance Hug" Such a cute idea, string together your child's handprint and mail to those who can't be there for Valentine's day, or any other holiday/special event.

Draw on sandpaper with crayolas, iron the image on to a t-shirt.....(who figures this stuff out?! how cool!).

Draw on sandpaper with crayolas, iron the image on to a t-shirt.....(who figures this stuff out?! how cool!).

Color rocks with crayons. Place the rocks on a foil lined cookie sheet and bake them for 15 minutes at 200 degrees to melt the colors. Let them cool and then have the children grab an old sock, turn it inside out and let them rub the rock to polish it up and make it shine.

Color rocks with crayons. Place the rocks on a foil lined cookie sheet and bake them for 15 minutes at 200 degrees to melt the colors. Let them cool and then have the children grab an old sock, turn it inside out and let them rub the rock to polish it up and make it shine.