Use duct tape for words. Place crayons on top. Blow dry on high heat till crayons melt. Blow dry side to side to blend colors. Slowly remove duct tape to reveal words. I've seen the crayon thing before, but love the duct tape idea!
This squirrel feeder is so cute and was bigger than I imagined. We hung it on one of our trees the day we got it and I looked outside this morning when I woke up and there was one the squirrels using it and enjoying his corn cob!
transferring image to wood: cut wax paper to size of printer paper, put through printer with guidance, place ink side down on contrasting wood, push ink into wood using the edge of a card - use muscle, gently lift and seal.
No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.just vinegar and baking soda! I NEED TO REMEMBER THIS! this is important since helium is not a renewable source and is in such short supply-kid science project
DIY World Map Wall Art Tutorial (using the Silhouette Cameo) Could be used with any picture! How great would this world map be with little stickers of where you have traveled! Would be great with repurposed wood! I love this idea!
This is a great DIY.I bet you've seen those awesome looking chunky bracelets made from fabric. This tutorial shows you how you can create your own and it is so easy that you are sure to want to get the kids involved.