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This Canvas String Art Graffiti project is fun for kids and adults alike.  While this is a spray paint project, you can use alternative paints or dyes for younger children.

Canvas String Art Graffiti

This Canvas String Art Graffiti project is fun for kids and adults alike. While this is a spray paint project, you can use alternative paints or dyes for younger children. Makes a fun summer art project when your kids get bored.

I MAY NOT BE PERFECT BUT AT LEAST I'M NOT YOU ..........something to be oh so thankful for.......

I may not be perfect but at least i'm not you poster

Even with all my imperfections and bad habits, and other issues in life. I thank God every day I'm not a horrible person like you.

Egg Tempera Pigments | to make the egg medium i crack the egg and

Egg Tempera Pigments - to this I add a tiny bit of vinegar to prevent moulding and little bugs that eat up the egg when it is still fresh

Paw Print - Album on Imgur

Pet memorial - Tap the pin for the most adorable pawtastic fur baby apparel! You'll love the dog clothes and cat clothes!

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Pencil shavings…

Pencil Shaving Art: Creative drawings by London based children’s book author & illustrator Marta Altes. I never thought to do that - now I wish I'd saved some!

DIY Bleach Pen. All you need are three ingredients and it's a fraction of the cost of purchasing bleach pens! Plus, you can use them for cool crafts like making your own designed t-shirts (tutorial within the link)

All you need are three ingredients and it's a fraction of the cost of purchasing bleach pens! Here’s what you’ll need: ¾ C water ¼ C cornstarch Tbsp bleach Empty glue bottle 1 Sandwhich Bag

Moldable Rainbow Sensory Sand. 5 c of fine sand, 3 tsp  tempera powder paint (or food coloring), 1.5 c cornstarch, 1/2 tsp of dish soap, 1 c of water, a large bin. Combine sand with tempera powder paint. Mix in  corn starch. Add the 1/2 tsp  of dish soap to the water.  Slowly mix in the water with the sand mixture. The sand should feel slightly wet & you should be able to easily mold it into shapes.  If it feels too dry, add in some more water. Repeat the steps to make more colors.

Moldable Rainbow Sensory Sand

Moldable Rainbow Sensory Sand for Preschool and Kindergarten. Easy recipe that creates a wet sand texture, you kids will love playing and learning with this sand! Also includes a free printable

This is so cool! This is a great idea to do on a rainy day, just for fun, or s birthday party! Awesome!

Night Sky Activities for Preschool: Galaxy Slime

Make this beautiful, sparkly, stretchy slime that looks just like the swirls of a galaxy and keep your preschooler entertained for hours! Borax-free recipe Craft and DIY Projects and Tutorials

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