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    No Glue, No Iron, No Mess. All ages able to do this one even my toddler. Just contact paper (dollar store), Tissue paper (saved from birthdays) and construction paper. I LOVED this project, so did the kids.

    Dollar store "hacks" every parent should know!

    Cross Craft - masking tape cross on white paper (preferably cardstock as it's thicker) . . use water colours to paint over the cross ten peal the masking tape away slowly.

    "stained glass" lenten crosses made from tissue paper and clear contact paper

    Contact Paper Cross

    Painting with watercolors, glue, and salt

    Dollar store frames are perfect for making window art with glue and food coloring. | 27 Useful Dollar Store Finds Every Parent Should Know About

    Paper fairy balls tutorial

    $11....using supplies from the Dollar Store! This whole website is full of Dollar Store tutorials!

    Window art...tissue paper with black paper. Beautiful to brighten up those cold dreary grey Winter days! Do in any shape you wish. You can use clear contact paper on the black frame, then stick the tissue paper to the contact paper. Easy for kids! Older kids can use a Sharpie marker to draw abstract designs onto the contact paper as shown in the photo.

    dollar store pencils, hot glue, and any type of cup/vase to help hold the shape. What a cute idea! I am always looking for thank you gift ideas fro me student council to do that are pretty inexpensive! Cute idea for end of the year gift!

    Easy Father's Day Paper Plate Saw Craft

    Jonah Sunday school lesson idea. All you need is a little tent. The kids loved it.

    "Thank you God for showering me with blessings" We just glued everything onto a light blue piece of paper instead of hanging it.

    Paper plate spring by nounoucreation

    kids Christmas crafts | This craft includes both! Here are the steps to make a Paper Plate ...

    holy spirit craft - use construction paper so that each child can creat their own "fire"

    How to keep a 1 year old busy -- cut a sheet of clear contact paper and tape it to the table STICKY SIDE UP. Give tot scraps of construction paper to stick to the contact paper. Great first craft and can be done independently with almost no mess!

    Paper plate snail Lindsey Terry