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  • Vicki 'Smith' Douzos

    Neat idea - Dip your pipe cleaner in the paint and stamp away! Fourth of July Fireworks!

  • Sarah Crossman

    Fourth of July - fireworks art. Black construction paper, neon and white paints, and pipe cleaners twisted together into a starburst shape. Swirl together paint, dip, and stamp. Also glitter....always glitter. :)

  • Jordan Cooper

    FIREWORKS!! Neat idea - Dip your pipe cleaner in the paint and stamp away... Perfect 4th of July craft

  • Christin Ditchfield

    Kids Craft: Paint your own 4th of July Fireworks -- Dip pipe cleaners into a mixture of paint and glitter and stamp away!

  • Anne Marie Ross

    4th of July Fireworks: painting with pipe cleaners.

  • Lue Clark

    Pipe cleaner fireworks craft For you MOM, Happy 4th of July

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