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Make Your Own Wrapping Paper: 4 Ideas for Rolling Pin Printing

Rolling pin printing is a brilliant way to print wrapping paper at home! Buy some cheap rolling pins (or reallocate some old ones) and wrap them in string, bubble wrap or netting (the stuff oranges and lemons come in). Roll in some paint (use Christmas colours) and then roll onto some brown packing paper or lining paper. Homemade wrapping paper done!

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Photographer Hendrik Kerstens emulates Flemish Art with his daughter as the model, only the fashions are made from trash bags, coffee filters, bubble wrap, toilet paper and other everyday disposables.

Photographer Hendrik Kerstens emulates Flemish Art with his daughter as the model, only the fashions are made from trash bags, coffee filters, bubble wrap, toilet paper and other everyday disposables.

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Lieschen Mueller More Bubblewrap, Funny Ideas Lieschen Mueller bubblewrap Funny idea!

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Corn Sun Catchers! SUPPLIES: bubble wrap, red/yellow acrylic paint, green card stock,contact paper, glue, permanent marker, & googley eyes ::: Easy to create fall sun catchers that your Little can put on their window.

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for paint experimentation: provide a range of objects for stamping or rolling and different textures to wrap around e.g. elastic bands, bubble wrap, glad wrap, string or anything else the students think of

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Blog Me Fit: Stress relief gift. Easy, cute, cheap!

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Beeswax and honey - perfect together, even in a soap recipe

Prudent Lou: Bubble wrap on top of soap mold to make a faux honeycomb look. Also, PVC pipe for a cheap soap mold.

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prop intestines....Ingredients: bubble wrap, paper towels soaked in beet juice, plastic food wrap, scotch tape, and white thread.

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I reuse all the plastic bubble wrap but some are no good to reuse. This is an awesome way to use them up! ReFab Diaries: Upcycle: Bubblewrap Beads!

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Cardboard owl cutout. Small fabric squares glued on to cutout. White felt circles and buttons for eyes. Could be done with paper instead of cloth.

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