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Make a wind-up paper butterfly toy with this tutorial from You are my Fave.

DIY Wind-Up Paper Butterflies by via Amelia of The Homebook via youaremyfave via handmadecharlotte: Great! great intro to transformation project *such as crushed cans or eaten candy

Mess For Less: Fall Leaves Using Black Glue: for black glue, mix Elmer's with black liquid tempera paint

Fall Leaves Using Black Glue

Use some black paint to turn glue black and make your own stained glass pictures. When the black glue dries you can use watercolors to paint the rest of the picture.

DIY – All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap

Milk Art A plate Milk Food Coloring Dish Soap Fill the plate with a thin layer of milk. Next, put in drops of food coloring. Then, add a few drops of dish soap into the center of the food coloring, sit back, and watch!

corn syrup painting - looks like stained glass

CORN SYRUP PAINT, looks like stained glass and dries shiny! Do your kids love to paint but you get tired of buying expensive paints for them to use? This “paint” is simply corn syrup and food coloring. Lots of fun.

Elmers glue on canvas, then paint over the entire thing |

Elmers glue on canvas, then paint over the entire thing. Such a great idea! (Don't use elmer's glue. Use hot glue or puffy paint.

Paint chip crafts... I can see me being banned from both Lowe's and Home Depot in a WEEK for taking tons of paint chips!  Saying that I'm indecisive will only go so far... LOL!

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Loads of ideas for crafts and room decor made with paint chips. One idea looks familiar.the mini-notebook idea was shared at the March 2010 Youth Forum Spring Workshop. Look out Lowe's and Home Depot, were taking your paint chips!

▁▂▃ Use glue, salt, and watercolor. The glue makes the colors rise from the paper and the salt creates a 'starburst' look. COOL!

Chalk in My Pocket: Batik on Paper + Salt Watercolor Experimentation - Use glue, salt, and watercolor. The glue makes the colors rise from the paper and the salt creates a 'starburst' look.

20 Amazing Things to do with Crayons – How Does She

20 Amazing Things to do with Crayons

DIY batik print fabric with melted crayons! tips. use foil baking cups in the muffin tins; draw or trace your design onto the fabric beforehand; do NOT over iron; be sure the crayon wax is hot enough to penetrate the fabric.

Best website for Free Printable Project Templates and Samples. ♥it!

LOTS and LOTS of different Paper Templates. Cards, tags, boxes, scrapbooking, etc.

I came across this lovely project last year at Two Girls Being Crafty.  Of course, I had to make my own!  Now I get to share it with all of you!! This is basically copying a really cool piece of ar...

DIY Wall Art – You Don’t Have to be an Artist!

Two Girls Being Crafty: Painted Wall Art for Non-Artists inspired by this wall art from World Market

We've dabbled in our fair share of wall art here at Brit + Co. From shoeboxes to tulle to the love-liest chalkboard clock around, we're always looking for the next good hack on decorating our space. Today's collection of wall art is part of our DIY Basics series and each piece takes less than 10 minutes to make. Win!

Home is Where the Art Is: 4 Simple Ways to Make Spray Paint Wall Art

Wrap canvas with string. Spray paint with your choice of colors. 4 simple ways to create wall art.

Sand Bowls -  sand mixed with glue and dripped over a bowl until it hardens. Would be neat way to display favorite shells brought back from beach vac!

Wow, DIY Sand Bowls- sand & glue dripped over a bowl until it hardens. Perfect for holding your summer seashell collection! With colored sand!

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