bottles Pic is from hobbylobby.com and has no instructions but pretty simple Using jute/twine wrap around your bottles (I would use a little craft glue where your going to wrap the twine) add old chains and jewelry to them. fun to go thrift store shopping for old necklaces and more to decorate these With these your only limited by your imagination
I have been able to buy all of my family's summer clothes, with limited exception, at Good Will. Most everything I wear is/has been recycled. This cuts down on costs and much more environmentally friendly, while giving hope to people who need jobs! Win-Win! I buy furniture here and sand/paint and use it where ever possible. I will post pics of recent finds.
Outdoor play kitchen. This would be a great opportunity to practice transferring skills. Transferring water from jars to glasses or using spoons and bowls. It will be a perfect introduction to quantity and estimation as well as the notion of "0" (nothing), children love this kind of activities!!
Buy 2 champagne flutes or wine glasses (mine are from the dollar store). Buy decorative sand and a bottle of modge podge from craft store. Make sure glasses are clean and dry: apply modge podge with a sponge brush where you want sand to be. Sprinkle sand on top of modge podge and let dry. Apply one more coat of modge podge on top of dried sand to keep it in place and give it shine. Hot glue gun starfish, sand dollars or seashells wher you want on the glass. Makes a great wedding gift!