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Embellish your plants! Decorate plants with your wire designs. Just attach the designs to bamboo skewers from the kitchen supply store, insert...

Mallets made from superballs and bamboo skewers! Drilled holes in the balls, super glue and POOF! Instant mallets for CHEAP! Making these for mallet games without instruments!

You Will Need... 5 pool noodles 10 chopsticks or bamboo skewers - Push 2 bamboo skewers half way into the ground about 30 inches apart, depending on how tall you want your wickets. - Slide a hollow pool noodle into place over the skewers. - Children can use these wickets for relay races, target practice, soccer croquet, or anything else they can dream up.

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Sweet Pink Ballerina Treats ~ Some pink sugar crystals, bamboo skewers or pop sticks and upside down patty pans is all it takes to create these sweet ballerina treats.

She dyed some bamboo skewers with food coloring . The next day washed them under running water then dried them out in preheated toaster oven for 2-3 minutes

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Cute Christmas Penguin Crafts for Kids

Pinecone penguin with a wooden ball for the head, bamboo skewer for the beak and pine cone body, Cute Christmas Penguin Crafts for Kids,,


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diy / Vormerken fürs nächste Weihnachten!

Made these snowballs by dipping syrofoam balls into a bowl of watered-down white glue ~~ then rolling them in another bowl of clear glitter. We used bamboo skewers (sticks) to hold onto them and stuck them into a block of styrofoam to dry. The glitter will get clumpy from the glue…but that’s good, it give the “snowballs” a more realistic look.

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Grape Caterpillar Skewers

Grape Caterpillar Skewers! Now here is something that is just too cute NOT to try and your kids will have fun making them.

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How To Make Your Own Reed Diffuser

How To Make Your Own Reed Diffuser: Much less expensive than buying one, and they work great! Your home will smell amazing in just a few hours!

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Pattern Towers for Preschoolers

Bamboo skewers, playdough & colourful drinking straws cut in pieces- fun idea to look at patterns and sequences and also fine motor sills. Can also use to practice addition, greater than, less than, counting and more!

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DIY Wedding Favors: Salt Dough Tags

2 cups of flour 1 cup of salt 1 cup of water heart cookie cutters stamps (Amazon has a great selection of stamps, but the ones I used for this tutorial came from Michael’s) ink pad bamboo skewer or straw to make hole in tags ribbon sand paper Preheat oven to 200 degrees. Bake for 6 hours.


Make Your Own Abacus! Activity

This would be a great tool for addition/subtraction! make it with just 3 rows, with each bead counting for ones on the bottom, tens in middle and hundreds on top!

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DIY Tutorial: Gummy Candy Skewers

YOU’LL NEED: • Gummy candy (I used rainbow fish, sharks, hammer head sharks, lobsters, and starfish – all purchased at • bakers twine (purchased at The Twinery) • craft punch (Martha Stewart crab punch from Michaels) • cardstock • bamboo skewers • clear bags (I used 4×6 bags from ) • scissors • small hole punch