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Salt Painting


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- Glue

- Salt

- Food Colouring 

- Water

- Paper

- Dropper


1. Draw out your design using glue 

2. Pour a layer of salt onto the glue and wait until hardened

3. After it has hardened, take several different cups of water and add a few drops of food coloring. Stir until the water is uniformly colored.

4. Using a paint brush or dropper, get some of the coloured water and dab it onto the salt drawing.


Under the Sea Paper Plate Art

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- Paper Plate

- Coloured Paper (Fish and Seaweed cut outs)

- Sand

- Seashells

- Blue colouring paint

- Glue


1. Start with a paper plate and paint it blue.

2. Apply glue to the bottom portion, approximately one-third of the whole plate.

3. Dip the glue-coated portion into some sand and allow it to dry.

4. Once the glue and sand are dry, cut out fish, marine animals, and seaweed from colored paper.

5. Enhance your underwater "sea" scene by adding decorations such as seashells.


Enjoy crafting your delightful underwater world!


Crayon Resistant Art


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- White Crayon

-  Water Colour

- Paint Brush

- Paper


1. Begin by sketching your design using a crayon, preferably a white one, although any colour will work.
2. Proceed to use watercolors to paint over your crayon drawing. You'll notice that the two substances don't mix, resulting in a captivating crayon resist art piece.


Paper Weaving


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- Different coloured paper

- Scissors


1. Start with a piece of paper and make small slits in it, but be sure not to cut all the way to the edge.

2. Take additional sheets of paper and cut them into strips.

3. Begin weaving the paper strips through the slits in the first piece of paper, moving them in an up-and-down motion.

For a more detailed explanation, please refer to the picture below. Enjoy your creative paper weaving project!



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