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1 file(s) - Uploaded by: mmcsip
Created: May 3, 2010 | Flag
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A terrific, earthy craft for kids of all ages that can be built at home or in nature itself! Consider taking young folks on a nature walk and collecting items such as flowers, bark, seashells, pebbles and more. If building your fairy house indoors, glue pieces together - planter liners and milk cartons work great for a foundation. The rest is up to your imagination and skill!
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: houseofhepworths
Created: Apr 25, 2010 | Flag
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I created some very simple magnets for my kids using leftover junk and some legos.
To see more visit www.houseofhepworths.com
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: courtneyspad
Created: Mar 23, 2010 | Flag
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Dip pieces of yarn in white glue and wrap around a well-lubed balloon and once the glue dries, pop the balloon and voila!
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: carlasonheim
Created: Mar 3, 2010 | Flag
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1. Draw an elephant on a piece of paper with pencil.
2. With a permanent black marker, copy over your pencil drawing.
3. Thicken the lines.
4. Color in using colored pencils, markers or crayons. Think Dots!
5. Finish your elephant with white dots using a white paint pen.
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: fussiepanda
Created: Feb 1, 2010 | Flag
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This foam filled pillow with cover of polyester and cotton is a fun accent to any teen's room or any room were you want a slash of fun. Measures 25" X 25"