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Play clay that's smooth, silky and feels really good in your hands! Easy to work with. Dries hard overnight to a pearly porcelain like finish that has a soft shimmer! Great for making gifts! Roll out and use cookie cutters (use a straw to poke a hole in the top) to make Christmas ornaments!

Recipe #43548

A Mexican/American Tradition around Easter and carnival. These pretty confetti eggs really make any party fun for kids and adults alike! You will need a large bowl for catching the raw eggs; you can save these and use them for cooking, and a clean, sharp knife. Prep time depends on your technique.

Recipe #153466

How to make colored rice and what to do with it when you do! A craft idea for kids. Posted by request.

Recipe #204897

Was looking for a different craft for my students to do in Catechism class and found one that uses colored rice. Coloring the rice was so easy and perfect for our Easter craft. Recipe originally came from www.dltk-kids.com, but I mixed up the food coloring to get some different shades.

Recipe #115763

25 Reviews |  By Mirj

This recipe makes the best bubbles!

Recipe #54559

This stuff is so much fun for a rainy afternoon with kids!

Recipe #134095

Just as good as the store brands.

Recipe #15168

3 Reviews |  By JustaQT

Great for picinics or playground, any outings. No need to use water. Kids will love to clean their hands with this.

Recipe #90840

A fun little experiment to do with the kids.

Recipe #205149

That's right folks, the Jimmy Buffett fan in me is sharing a "Buffett-inspired" recipe to get into the "swing of things" and gear up for tailgating season. Also lots of fun for kids' snacks or barbecues. I saw this in a little shop in Estes Park, CO and tried out some things to make a "copy" when I got home.

Recipe #89105

The kids will love these!!

Recipe #92528

Of all the face paint recipes that I've seen and the one that I tried before this, I like this one the BEST (differnt from the other on Recipezaar). Skeptical at first, but the paint actually dries (may take about 10 minutes or so) and isn't sticky like I would think. My DD has had it on all day and it hasn't rubbed off on any of our furniture, carpet, etc. She loves it! Also, this face paint is thin (not like the other crisco/cold cream recipes) and comes off easily with soap and water.

Recipe #184569

This is the perfect "recipe" for making your own homemade crayons out of the broken crayons lying around your house. This is a fun project to do with your kids! This would also make a fun birthday party project or gift giving idea for young ones! Note: the amount of crayons depends on the type of tin/mold used. ***There is no paraffin needed for this recipe - just broken, chopped up crayons (paraffin was put in as the ingredients per Zaar's system)***

Recipe #183213

This is a recipe I found online last year. The kids in my Sunday School class really loved them. They are delicious, easy to make, fun and look fab on a Holiday Cookie Tray. Yield is an estimate.

Recipe #148615

47 Reviews |  By Lennie

This is an excellent treat for the kids; sure to bring a smile to their faces!

Recipe #17865

Don't buy the tablets, use whats in your pantry! Glitter and tie-dyed eggs too! Use in recipe #153466 to make Cascarones. Cook time is drying time. Safe and natural for those of you who eat them easter morning!

Recipe #160383

This was always my favourite "toy" when I was growing up. You can make it into shapes of all sorts of things. I had so much fun, tint it whatever colour you like. I usually had pink as it was my favourite colour.

Recipe #177287

What happens to the Flubber when... it is stretched? it is rolled into a ball and bounced? it is stretched over the opening of the jar? an object (golf ball, etc.) is rolled on it? What else can you do with flubber? ...make it and find out! A Closer Look: Flubber is a polymer made by a chemical reaction. Polymers are very long chains of repeating units. When the two solutions are combined, polyvinyl acetate chains (a polymer from the white glue) are linked together in a 3-dimensional arrangement by borate ions (from the Borax) and other chemical bonds. This produces the thick, sticky polymer called Flubber. (You can get white glue in bulk from a school supplies source. Keep this stuff away from carpet and hair as it will stick. If necessary, white vinegar can act as a solvent.) Thanks to my cyberpal Julie for this recipe!

Recipe #83516

When i was a little girl we made this at church one evening. I was so excited to try it out, and it really works!

Recipe #197289

grandchildren like this..washes off with soap and water..you can find glycerin at pharmacies..I like to use cotton swabs to apply the paint..but you could use small artist's brushes if you like..

Recipe #134392

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