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Papier-mâché Hot Air Balloons

This project was started last year and had been a work in progress but finally thanks to Easter i was able to find the baskets i was searchi.

mini paper mache hot air balloon...the basket she used is ok, but I'd love to work in some pint-sized basket weaving

I know you're here for Papertrey's Tiny Treats: Birthday post! But since I've been away for a few days, I'd be rem.

tattoo parlor

temporary tattoo stand: for kids who grow tired of selling lemonade. good for kids parties too

CLOG-FREE Glue! This will change your life! great tip!  must pass on to my elementary teacher friends!

This looks helpful. Going to try it with my glue bottles. going to give this a try! {CLOG-FREE Glue using cooking oil inside the lids. Unclogging glue bottles is one of my least fave things to do as an art teacher! Hope it really works.

Ocean theme. Glue yarn to shell let dry, punch hole in small butter tub, paint and decorated, add yarn.

glue yarn to shell let dry, punch hole in small butter tub, paint and decorated, add yarn.

Marshmallow shooters from a balloon and plastic cup (could also be used to shoot cotton balls or other soft things)

Have a fun and harmless marshmallow fight with these homemade marshmallow shooters! A fun homemade game that is great for …

Easy DIY Crafts: Diy ~ Pillow Love: Just Draw In Sharpies And Spray Colors

Easy DIY Crafts: Diy ~ Pillow Love: Just Draw In Sharpies And Spray Colors with rubbing alcohol.

An experiment exploring the difference in density between salt water and fresh water.

Under the Sea

Make your own art!!! Looks so fun I would so wanna try this with friends!!!

Water balloons filled with poster paints, and tacked on a white board/canvas. Great for outdoor party and pretty artwork is left behind :)

Whole school project? for middle?                                                                                                                                                                                 More

the eye project (side) A North Park University community art project. Participants made images of fellow North Park students (or in a couple cases, faculty). 67 blocks total, mounted on a gold-leafed circle.guess the kids in the drawing