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Milk Art. All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap. This year in Chemistry I got to test out this project, but my group did it wrong and it didn't come out right. I would love to try again and make a complete piece of art out of it. The colors flow however they want and you can't control it. It's art just the way it is made.
Family living site Disney Family Fun shows us how to repurpose an empty milk jug into a lunch container by washing it out, drawing lines as shown in the photo, cutting it out, folding, and attaching a hook and loop closure. This container is perfectly sized for a sandwich and a few carrot sticks or grapes. If you don't want to use this for food it also makes a clever gift box for small items.
After a snack and homework, Henry loves doing art projects after school. It’s good timing since...
HOW TO MAKE A RAINBOW ROSE: Obtain a perfect white rose with 8-9 inches stem. Cut the end of the stem into 4 equal parts and up 6 inches. Dip the 4 stems ends into 4 cups of food coloring & wait for 24 hours. I suggest these color combinations: red-blue-green-yellow... violet-red-blue-yellow... or yellow-purple-grey-blue. Go to website for more detailed instructions. Fun for the babes!
Bubble Painting - mix a bit of dish soap, numerous drops of neon food coloring and some water. 1. You will need straws. 2.S have the kid blow into the soap solution, and blow and blow until they have a huge pile of bubbles. Next press the paper gently into the bubbles allowing them to pop on the paper. Repeat the process with as many colors as the kids want.