I bought some cheese cloth from the dollar store.
We put it on a tray (we use boot trays for activities like this)
I set up some food colouring and small containers of water.
Use squeeze bottles or eye droppers if you’d prefer to water down your dye.
Ever since I was a little girl, I have LOVED Shrink Art.
My 14 year old daughter made these ones with me today. Aren’t they pretty?
Simply draw, cut and bake!
We put holes in ours before baking and then hung them from a branch in the window.
You’ll need a silicone candy mold set.
I bought this set at Michaels for $22 -minus 50% off with the coupon on the app.
I will have a TON of different ideas for how to use these molds! They’re a fabulous add to your craft cupboard.
Carefully – Fill each section with hot glue!
I love a learning environment rich in beautiful words that act as gentle reminders, inspiration and encouragement.
Find a piece of driftwood and give it a light sanding. Paint it. (I used Americana Acrylic paint.)
Find a maple leaf that fits nicely in the centre. Use it as a stamp!
I painted these rocks today and the kids loved how they turned out.
(Minus the little. He had a sort of ‘love/hate’ thing going on. Quite honestly, I think they scared him a little.)
Check out how I up-cycled this old headboard into an outdoor easel!
If creating a big mud kitchen seems like too much work… start with a simple stove top.
This one is light and easy to move around (on the deck, at the beach, out in the woods etc…) Add a few pots and pans and you can set up a little kitchen space just about anywhere!
If you go very quietly out into the forest behind our home, you may be able to sneak up on these adorable little Gnomes.
If you made a set of rock road pieces.
Rock Race Track – rightbrainedmom
You should add some of these little rock homes.