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OH, I AM SOOO DOING THIS!!!!! *Colored ice balls* Fill balloons with water and add food coloring (be careful not to let the food coloring escape!), once frozen cut the balloons off and voila! Look like giant marbles :)

Wow. Fill a round balloon with water and set outside until almost frozen through. Run hot water over frozen globe until balloon pops off. Pour out unfrozen water from inside and insert a tealite. Makes a great walkway accent. These are gorgeous.

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How to Make Flubber

Home-made flubber...I've got to try this with my grandchildren :)

No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda!

How To Make Fairies In A Jar This is something everyone will love you can just imagine the look on your childs face when they see this and its something they will never forget so its worth a little work on this one. FAIRIES IN A JAR DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top wi - Click image to find more hot Pinterest pins

embroidery thread soaked in flour water, wrap on small balloon and leave overnight. Take the balloon out, decroation done!

I have got to try this... Freeze water and chicken stock with toys, carrots, treats, etc to keep dogs from getting bored and overheated in the backyard.

Now THIS is a unique DIY Christmas decoration. This would be perfect for any family with little ones!

Kid's hand-prints made with flour dough. Ingredients: 4 cups flour, 2 cup salt, 1.5 cup water. Directions: Knead all ingredients for 20 minutes, roll out and cut to desired shape, press hand print, bake at 300 degrees for 30 minutes.

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41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

Sew together a giant pillow quilt for picnics, sleepovers, or outdoor movie viewing. | 41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

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How to Make a Bouncing Polymer Ball

How to make bouncy balls

Pour water into a mason jar and add a glow stick. Place jars around pools, patios, or sidewalks during you next late night get together.

Get some carpet dollies or champion scooter boards with handles and make this happen. You can use bungies or ropes to pull them back after they have collected as many balloons as possible. Kids will never forget this. Idea from Thomas Mark Olsen via Facebook. View original post on our @YouthMinistryIdeas Instagram account Other …