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In this fun preschool arts and crafts activity, your child will create a cute and colorful caterpillar using pom poms, googly eyes, and a clothespin.

In this fun preschool arts and crafts activity, your child will create a cute and colorful caterpillar using pom poms, googly eyes, and a clothespin.

† Easy Marbelized Ornaments by alisaburke - Fill a container with about 2-3" of water - mist the surface of the water with spray paint (outside!) - Add more colors - Let the colors blend together, shake or even stir to create swirls - Dip ornament & quickly remove. This tutorial is really for marbelizing paper, but you can use the same process on ornaments, and the color will dry to a permanent finish that won't peel or flake off.

† Easy Marbelized Ornaments by alisaburke - Fill a container with about 2-3" of water - mist the surface of the water with spray paint (outside!) - Add more colors - Let the colors blend together, shake or even stir to create swirls - Dip ornament & quickly remove. This tutorial is really for marbelizing paper, but you can use the same process on ornaments, and the color will dry to a permanent finish that won't peel or flake off.

Let's start with the fact that the photo to the left is one of the cutest kids' crafts in the world. It's simple, whimsical, and children go nuts for it. As long as the child is old enough to keep buttons out of his or her mouth, this project is idea

Let's start with the fact that the photo to the left is one of the cutest kids' crafts in the world. It's simple, whimsical, and children go nuts for it. As long as the child is old enough to keep buttons out of his or her mouth, this project is idea

Painted sticks. What a great summertime project for kids. I can picture several of these on a wall, either grouped into an abstract design or formed into a frame around a picture. Could also use the sticks to spell out the child's name. Ideas are limitless.

Painted sticks. What a great summertime project for kids. I can picture several of these on a wall, either grouped into an abstract design or formed into a frame around a picture. Could also use the sticks to spell out the child's name. Ideas are limitless.