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Kimalee Kerr

Bottle Nebula . Shredded cotton, water, glitter and food coloring.

Materials needed: Paint or dye (eg. food-coloring, pen ink), (fluffy) cotton balls, glitter, a glass jar or bottle. How-to: 1. fill the jar/bottle with water 2. Put the ink or dye into the jar/bottle until you get the color that you want. 3. make layers of cotton balls and glítter. Like this: cotton, glitter, cotton, glitter. 4. shake. MacKenzie Boyles

All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap. So cool! Art project

Add a little color to your winter games with a little food coloring and water. It’s a great outdoor activity for the kids.


homemade watercolors (with baking soda, vinegar, cornstarch, corn syrup and food coloring!)

color glass jars with mod podge and food coloring. Like this even better than the paint method...great jewel tones.

Instead of buying beads-1 c. pasta (per color) + 2 T. rubbing alcohol + 2-3 drops food coloring = colored pasta beads

Sidewalk paint: 1 part cornstarch (1 c.), 1 part water (1 c.), food coloring, sponge brushes, mix cornstarch and water, add food coloring and mix!

Love this!!! Almost can't wait for Winter! Colored "Glass" Fill small balloons with water & food coloring then pop the balloon once frozen. Use as ice cubes for punch bowl.

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Dollar store frames are perfect for making window art with glue and food coloring.

Stained Glass Art - A super simple project that uses glue and food coloring to produce breathtaking results!
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