Rocks in a warm oven for ~10 min, once they're cool enough to handle, color with crayons... Great cooler weather activity! by francisca
francisca
francisca Rocks in a warm oven for ~10 min, once they're cool enough to handle, color with crayons... Great cooler weather activity!
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Let your children find some smooth, flat rocks, wash them off and bake them for 15 min. on a foil-lined cookie sheet @ 225 degrees. While the rocks are baking - remove the wrapper from some old crayons. Remove rocks from oven (with an oven mitt or potholder). Rocks will be VERY HOT. Now use the crayons to draw on the rocks. The heat will melt the crayon as you draw. To get the swirly effect, hold the crayon in one place to create a pool and then use the end of the crayon to swirl! by francisca
francisca
francisca Let your children find some smooth, flat rocks, wash them off and bake them for 15 min. on a foil-lined cookie sheet @ 225 degrees. While the rocks are baking - remove the wrapper from some old crayons. Remove rocks from oven (with an oven mitt or potholder). Rocks will be VERY HOT. Now use the crayons to draw on the rocks. The heat will melt the crayon as you draw. To get the swirly effect, hold the crayon in one place to create a pool and then use the end of the crayon to swirl!
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Do This To Get Volume!! Top layer in big rollers. Warm with dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool. by ellebasi
ellebasi
ellebasi Do This To Get Volume!! Top layer in big rollers. Warm with dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool.
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Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in then warm with just dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool. by mmonet
mmonet
mmonet Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in then warm with just dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool.
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Fun summer activity.  Heat rocks in the oven, then color on them with crayons.  Heat from the rock melts the crayon as the kids draw on by francisca
francisca
francisca Fun summer activity. Heat rocks in the oven, then color on them with crayons. Heat from the rock melts the crayon as the kids draw on
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"I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in and warm with just a blow dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool." reminders to try by megan
megan
megan "I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in and warm with just a blow dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool." reminders to try
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"I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in and warm with just a blow dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool." by megan
megan
megan "I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in and warm with just a blow dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool."
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Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in then warm with just dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool. Need to try!!!! by Anastasia-Jean Parker
Anastasia-Jean Parker
Anastasia-Jean Parker Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in then warm with just dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool. Need to try!!!!
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Easy Ice cream in baggies that takes only 5 minutes,. Easy enough for a 4 year old to do. Great cool off activity in the summer! by bernadette
bernadette
bernadette Easy Ice cream in baggies that takes only 5 minutes,. Easy enough for a 4 year old to do. Great cool off activity in the summer!
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"I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in and warm with just a blow dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool." by megan
megan
megan "I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in and warm with just a blow dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool."
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Another pinner said: I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in then warm with just dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool. Volume by megan
megan
megan Another pinner said: I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in then warm with just dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool. Volume
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"I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in then warm with just dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool." by megan
megan
megan "I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in then warm with just dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool."
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blankets to keep warm - great idea for a cool weather wedding by oldrose
oldrose
oldrose blankets to keep warm - great idea for a cool weather wedding
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Heat rocks, color with crayons, melts into cool decorated "gemstones" by francisca
francisca
francisca Heat rocks, color with crayons, melts into cool decorated "gemstones"
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make a dry-erase (don't have to use dry-erase markers, washable markers work just fine with wet wipe) book your kids will love! include coloring pages, workbook pages, blank pages, word games and mazes, etc. put them in page protectors and then put them all in a binder. dry erase crayons are key - they're washable! check out this tutorial for some great tips and great links for coloring & activity pages. | www.livecrafteat.com: by vonda
vonda
vonda make a dry-erase (don't have to use dry-erase markers, washable markers work just fine with wet wipe) book your kids will love! include coloring pages, workbook pages, blank pages, word games and mazes, etc. put them in page protectors and then put them all in a binder. dry erase crayons are key - they're washable! check out this tutorial for some great tips and great links for coloring & activity pages. | www.livecrafteat.com:
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make a dry-erase (don't have to use dry-erase markers, washable markers work just fine with wet wipe) book your kids will love! include coloring pages, workbook pages, blank pages, word games and mazes, etc. put them in page protectors and then put them all in a binder. dry erase crayons are key - they're washable! check out this tutorial for some great tips and great links for coloring & activity pages. | www.livecrafteat.com by vonda
vonda
vonda make a dry-erase (don't have to use dry-erase markers, washable markers work just fine with wet wipe) book your kids will love! include coloring pages, workbook pages, blank pages, word games and mazes, etc. put them in page protectors and then put them all in a binder. dry erase crayons are key - they're washable! check out this tutorial for some great tips and great links for coloring & activity pages. | www.livecrafteat.com
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Color rocks with crayons. Place the rocks on a foil lined cookie sheet and bake them for 15 minutes at 200 degrees to melt the crayons. Let them cool and then have the children grab an old sock, turn it inside out and let them rub the rock to polish it up and make it shine. by virginia
virginia
virginia Color rocks with crayons. Place the rocks on a foil lined cookie sheet and bake them for 15 minutes at 200 degrees to melt the crayons. Let them cool and then have the children grab an old sock, turn it inside out and let them rub the rock to polish it up and make it shine.
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Take a bunch of broken, neglected crayons...unwrap those suckers and break 'em up even more.    I found this silicone gingerbread man/little people mold in the cake/candy section at Joann's.  (I've been told Target has some fun molds in the $1 spot too!)       Bake them at 250 degrees for about 10 minutes.  (Check on around 8 minutes and use a tooth pick to break up bubbles)    Once they are all melted, remove from the oven and let cool.  This by MyLittleCornerOfTheWorld
MyLittleCornerOfTheWorld
MyLittleCornerOfTheWorld Take a bunch of broken, neglected crayons...unwrap those suckers and break 'em up even more. I found this silicone gingerbread man/little people mold in the cake/candy section at Joann's. (I've been told Target has some fun molds in the $1 spot too!) Bake them at 250 degrees for about 10 minutes. (Check on around 8 minutes and use a tooth pick to break up bubbles) Once they are all melted, remove from the oven and let cool. This
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Paint pen or oil based sharpie,allow them to dry for at least 24 hours. Once 24 hours has passed place them in a cold oven (this is important! you want them to heat up with the oven). Turn the oven to 400 degrees and set a timer for 40 minutes. After the 40 minutes is up, turn the oven off and leave the cups to cool with the oven. Once they’re cool they’re ready to use! by rjw88
rjw88
rjw88 Paint pen or oil based sharpie,allow them to dry for at least 24 hours. Once 24 hours has passed place them in a cold oven (this is important! you want them to heat up with the oven). Turn the oven to 400 degrees and set a timer for 40 minutes. After the 40 minutes is up, turn the oven off and leave the cups to cool with the oven. Once they’re cool they’re ready to use!
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Cardboard pirate swords, with crayons/markers, stickers etc. laid out for children to decorate them. A great fun activity for a pirate party. by cynthia
cynthia
cynthia Cardboard pirate swords, with crayons/markers, stickers etc. laid out for children to decorate them. A great fun activity for a pirate party.
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FREEBIE: After reading the popular book 'The Day the Crayons Quit", use this fun read and response activity in class! Students fill in the name of the color they choose to write about, write their favorite thing to draw with that color, and then draw a picture. Great for your kindergarten classroom by fannie
fannie
fannie FREEBIE: After reading the popular book 'The Day the Crayons Quit", use this fun read and response activity in class! Students fill in the name of the color they choose to write about, write their favorite thing to draw with that color, and then draw a picture. Great for your kindergarten classroom
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DIY tinted mason jars with Modge Podge and food coloring. ( mix Modge Podge and coloring in a bowl then coat the inside of the jar. Make sure color is dark enough for bright color. Place upside down on wax paper 30 min. Then put in oven 170 for 10min upside on wax paper. Then turn right side up for 30 min. Perfection) by sheron hashimoto
sheron hashimoto
sheron hashimoto DIY tinted mason jars with Modge Podge and food coloring. ( mix Modge Podge and coloring in a bowl then coat the inside of the jar. Make sure color is dark enough for bright color. Place upside down on wax paper 30 min. Then put in oven 170 for 10min upside on wax paper. Then turn right side up for 30 min. Perfection)
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I once thought that I didn't like meringue cookies. The ones from the store always reminded me of styrofoam and never had enough flavor to be worth my time. Then, in culinary school, I started messing around with chocolate left over from a molding lesson and some unused egg whites and I wound up with a meringue cookie to die for. They have a great texture and deep chocolate flavor—plus, they're gluten-free! by cecilia
cecilia
cecilia I once thought that I didn't like meringue cookies. The ones from the store always reminded me of styrofoam and never had enough flavor to be worth my time. Then, in culinary school, I started messing around with chocolate left over from a molding lesson and some unused egg whites and I wound up with a meringue cookie to die for. They have a great texture and deep chocolate flavor—plus, they're gluten-free!
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Put in 300 degree preheated oven and set the time for about 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, use skewer or toothpick to gently stir and poke at crayons. Keep doing this every few minutes until melted. Pull out and let sit until fairly set but not hard. Poke a hole big enough to fit a ribbon through with the skewer or toothpick. Make sure the hole goes all the way through. by MelinaC20
MelinaC20
MelinaC20 Put in 300 degree preheated oven and set the time for about 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, use skewer or toothpick to gently stir and poke at crayons. Keep doing this every few minutes until melted. Pull out and let sit until fairly set but not hard. Poke a hole big enough to fit a ribbon through with the skewer or toothpick. Make sure the hole goes all the way through.
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Crayons with the YW Values and scriptures printed on them. Great for a scripture study activity - mark verses as they apply to the YW by ButtercupLovely
ButtercupLovely
ButtercupLovely Crayons with the YW Values and scriptures printed on them. Great for a scripture study activity - mark verses as they apply to the YW
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Super soft and buttery smooth, Makeup Geek Contour Powders blend like a dream and have been specifically designed to accommodate skin tone extremes + everything in between. Choose from a complete lineup of 8 unique shades—four with warm undertones and four with cool undertones. And of course, they're paraben free, cruelty free, talc free (great for sensitive skin!), and made in the USA. by dionne
dionne
dionne Super soft and buttery smooth, Makeup Geek Contour Powders blend like a dream and have been specifically designed to accommodate skin tone extremes + everything in between. Choose from a complete lineup of 8 unique shades—four with warm undertones and four with cool undertones. And of course, they're paraben free, cruelty free, talc free (great for sensitive skin!), and made in the USA.
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Body Sculpting HIIT: warm up 5-10 min. Do each move for 30 seconds with a 10 second rest between each exercise. Repeat. Cool down/stretch. by Lovelylovely
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Lovelylovely Body Sculpting HIIT: warm up 5-10 min. Do each move for 30 seconds with a 10 second rest between each exercise. Repeat. Cool down/stretch.
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Color rocks with crayons. Place the rocks on a foil lined cookie sheet and bake them for 15 minutes at 200 degrees to melt the colors. Let them cool and then have the children grab an old sock, turn it inside out and let them rub the rock to polish it up and make it shine. by virginia
virginia
virginia Color rocks with crayons. Place the rocks on a foil lined cookie sheet and bake them for 15 minutes at 200 degrees to melt the colors. Let them cool and then have the children grab an old sock, turn it inside out and let them rub the rock to polish it up and make it shine.
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Hot Rocks - Heat rocks in oven, use crayons to decorate. The crayon melts on the hot rock. by francisca
francisca
francisca Hot Rocks - Heat rocks in oven, use crayons to decorate. The crayon melts on the hot rock.
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Melt down crayons with the wrappers peeled off, to create multicolor block crayons, fun for kids or great gifts for kids. You can even put them in cupcake liners and peel away after cooled, although they don't stick to the pan  Set oven to 350 Put in for 7-10 mins (until all are melted) Put in the freezer for 10-15 mins Flip pan over, and they fall right out! :) by ghettoflower
ghettoflower
ghettoflower Melt down crayons with the wrappers peeled off, to create multicolor block crayons, fun for kids or great gifts for kids. You can even put them in cupcake liners and peel away after cooled, although they don't stick to the pan Set oven to 350 Put in for 7-10 mins (until all are melted) Put in the freezer for 10-15 mins Flip pan over, and they fall right out! :)
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Another pinner said: "I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in then warm with just dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool." Smart!! My hair is so flat. I should do this. by megan
megan
megan Another pinner said: "I do this every morning!! Top layer of big rollers for volume. Put them in then warm with just dryer. Spray a light hairspray. Leave in for 10 min to cool." Smart!! My hair is so flat. I should do this.
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