365 Days of Pinterest Day 15 ~ DIY GLITTER Magnets!
GLITTER GLITTER GLITTER! Day 15 of my 365 Days of tenting out Pinterest Pins ... "its no secret that I'm a big fan of glitter (and glitters cousin sequin" ... and that is the truth .. Iv been wanting to do this pin for a long time .. Glitter Magnets .. of course you can really do anything you want with the glitter stones when you are finished ... all you need is a glue gun and some imagination .. but lets stick to the task at hand ... The original pin…
Rainbow slime in preschool
Your students will love making their very own colored slime! I have previously shared with you our simple slime recipe and when my students asked if we could make some slime again - how could I resist? I decided that instead of using the white Elmer's glue,
Homemade Food Coloring - Healthy and Toxin Free
Learn how to make homemade food coloring and use basic natural ingredients in the kitchen to bring appetizing color to your foods.
Making metallic edible glitter - a recipe
Here’s an easy recipe to create metallic edible glitter. It is not only edible but cost-effective and above all fun to make.
Homemade Salt Water Taffy | Love and Olive Oil
I got myself into a bit of a sticky situation. In more ways than one. First of all let's not even mention the fact that this is October's kitchen challenge, and it is now January.
DIY Edible Paint & Sugar Glitter
Glittery Colored Sugar - Mix 2 tablespoons of sugar and a few drops of liquid food coloring. Pour the colored sugar onto the baking tray lined with parchment paper and spread the sugar thinly and evenly on the tray. Bake in oven on 200 for 5-10 minutes.
Sprinkle School - All About Sprinkles - Sprinkle Varieties
Let’s talk about one of my favorite things. Sprinkles. I don’t just like sprinkles, I love them. There is something simple and sweet and just
Homemade Fruit Snacks
I saw this on Skip to My Lou and knew it would be perfect for an activity with Maggie. We made them in a Jell-o Bean mold, or you can use candy molds or probably even silicone ice cube molds. 1 3 oz box flavored gelatin 2 packages unflavored gelatin 1/3 c. water Sprinkle the gelatin over the water in a small saucepan. Let sit 5-10 minutes. Heat over medium heat and stir until dissolved, 2-5 minutes. Pour into your molds (I used a plastic measuring cup with a spout) and let cool for 20…
Make your own glitter.Preheat the oven to 350. Place salt (table salt/sea salt) into a small bowl. Add drop of food coloring and mix with the salt. Spread mixture onto a baking sheet in one layer. Bake in oven for 10 minutes. Let cool, then transfer into a storage container for use...