Play Dough Ladybirds fantastic for learning to count, number recognition and number ordering. If you haven't made your own play dough before I recommend you give it a go. Homemade play dough is quick, cheap and easy to make. Have fun making your own little ladybirds | damsonlane.com
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What kid doesn't love putting their hands in something ooey and gooey? Kids will love being scientists for a day and making their own batch of slime, silly putty or gak. Because it's homemade you'll know exactly what's in it and can make sure that it is safe and fun for your kiddos!
Bake the candle holders in the oven at 250 degrees for about 3 hours or until dry. Use a metal spatula for easier removal from the baking sheet. Decorate your candle holders with craft paint or other decorating supplies. If you choose to use glitter, you may wish to coat your candle holder with a sealant like clear spraypaint so that your candle holder doesn’t “shed” glitter. Let dry completely. Place a tealight candle in your candle holder and enjoy!