Jacqueline Volschenk

Jacqueline Volschenk

Jacqueline Volschenk
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Make an owl from play dough or salt dough this fall.This would be a great following directions activity.  I love this! (blog not in English, but you get it from the pictures!)

Clay Owl- Make the cutest Ornament - If you are tired of the kids bringing home lovely, but questionable art projects, then it is time you did something about it. Break out your art supplies because your family is making a barn owl out of clay!

DIY: Add leaves to baking soda and water, boil, and then use the skeleton for your crafting needs!

Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye. Or you could always just buy some skeleton leaves in craft shop;

How to make ice-cream sticks paintings courtesy: stranamasterov

How to make ice-cream sticks paintings Courtesy: K stroke Art and class courtesy: stranamasterov

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Yet another daring, dutiful, dirt-defier, drab, droning dust catcher Gnome offers himself on the altar of an old fireplace to bring sanitation to Gnomedom.

How often do we truly see one another? Each mom in your circle is full of unique gifts given by God, and so are you! The church needs you. The world needs you. And women need one another. The start of linking arms for kingdom work begins here today.

How often do we truly see one another? Each mom in your circle is full of unique gifts given by God, and so are you! The church needs you. The world needs you. And women need one another. The start of linking arms for kingdom work begins here today.