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  • Angie McArthur

    VBS Craft idea: dyed bean mosaics

  • Laurie Carpenter

    Nature-Inspired Crafts for Kids: Seed Art (via Parents.com) o make dye, mix white vinegar, food coloring, and water (experiment with the amounts of each to suit your child's desired look). Place pumpkin seeds and popcorn kernels in the dye. Let them soak 4-6 hours before straining and drying overnight. Let your kids have fun sorting and organizing the seeds into imaginative shapes and gluing them onto paper, foam, or canvas

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