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Pretty up your picnic table with an easy-to-make sand candle from the June/July issue of Taste of Home.

For all of the parents who have spent tons of cash on moonsand!! :) moonsand - mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, and 1 cup of water.

Boat for a sand box - what a cool idea. You could add a sail to be used as a cover to keep animals out then it could be pulled up the pole by the kids when they are ready to play.

I made 'kinetic' sand and it turned out great. Sift 10 cups of play sand ($3.50 for a 50 lb bag at Home Depot). Add 5 cups (about a 1 lb box) of corn starch of a store brand which is under $2.00. Mix well, then add 1 cup of water, or a little more until you get the right consistency to make it stick together without being wet. Keep in a sealed box. If it dries out, simply add water. If you add a enough to make it like mortar, you can make a sand bundt cake that can even be carefully sliced!

DIY Kids Outdoor Playset Projects • A roundup of 12 of the best projects we could find - with tutorials! • Including this nifty sandbox from small friendly.

Old, stale rice? Make rainbow rice- it's like sand, but much less messy. Use it inside to keep your little ones entertained on rainy days!

FUN!!! Mail a cake. Doing this for birthdays, you've been warned.