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  • Jessica Hiers

    Ice cube painting - freeze watercolors & then paint with the melting ice cubes on fabric, an old white sheets or papers. fun for a hot summer day

  • Journeys of The Zoo

    Ice Cube Painting #kids #activities #summer #icecube #painting

  • Michele Page

    Momma's Fun World: 50+ homemade recipes for kids

  • Sara Iniguez

    Frozen food coloring in water = ice cube paint! We are totally doing this next summer on a hot day with a big scrap of muslin.(liquid watercolors) use on fabrics, clothes, or paper

  • Ellie Lane

    Ice cube painting - freeze watercolors & then have paint with the melting ice cubes on fabric, an old white sheet or papers. This is for kids but i think i will try it!

  • Dominique Turner

    Fun Summer Kid Stuff

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