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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, no need to use brush strokes

A Little Craft In Your Dayfrom A Little Craft In Your Day

3 Ingredient DIY Foam Paint

Amazing DIY Foam Paint your kids will ❤ to create 3D pictures with. #kidsactivities #art #playrecipes


Love this!!!! I am doing it!!! Of course!!! Make this puffy paint with self-rising flour, salt and food coloring. Cook in the microwave to puff up.


Salt painting!!!! Cheap and fun!!!!! Simply take a glue bottle, turn it upside down, make a design , then sprinkle salt on the glue!!! The glue dries with the salt on it and it will peel of the paper so you can save it!!! It will only peel if you use parchment paper!!!


Watercolor Art Projects for Kids-(familiar techniques, but pinning anyway.) :D


Painting Pasta to Thread - This was so much fun and the cool fluro pasta made great necklaces! by ashleyw

Flax & Twinefrom Flax & Twine

Rainbow in a Jar

Make colored sand art by stirring a chalk stick in a bowl of changes the color. Stir less for light color and more for dark richer color. I'd like to try this

CBC Parentsfrom CBC Parents

Art + Science = Salt Glue Watercolour Experiment

Art + Science = Salt Glue Watercolour Experiment | CBC Parents

Housing a Forestfrom Housing a Forest

Pour Painting

Pour painting diy

Momtasticfrom Momtastic

Sensory Play: DIY Kaleidoscope Rice

fun with the kids!


Homemade chia pets!! Love it! Trim grass hair in 10 days!

Infarrantly Creativefrom Infarrantly Creative

Wanna Be Silkies & Holder

Melt down crayon pieces and pour into glue stick containers to harden. Big crayons that can be twisted up as they are used. BEST IDEA EVER!!

Curblyfrom Curbly

Random But Cool: How to Make Bouncy Balls from Common Household Items!

Make your own bouncy balls! Borax, cornstarch, Elmer's glue, warm water and food coloring.

Martha Stewartfrom Martha Stewart

Pendulum Painting

This spirograph-inspired project from TV crafter Jim "Figgy" Noonan combines science and art to create a one-of-a-kind design, as seen on "The Martha Stewart Show."