truebluemeandyou: DIY Meditation Jar. Last minute gift for kids or stressed out grownups. Where to fins glycerin? CVS, drug stores, supermarkets.

DIY Meditation Jar.  Great gift - put a great label on it like, “Keep Calm and Sparkle” or “Keep Calm and Glitter On” for a stressed out person (children or grownups). Saw something almost identical on Tumblr and reblogged it here but wanted to know where it came from. The idea came from Still Life with Circles here for use with children(Lower Right Photo). Her recipe has glycerin (used in all snowglobes) and liquid soap and is more snowglobe-like. Then Here We Are Together here (Left Photo) modified the recipe and added glue - go to the link to see exactly what she added.

truebluemeandyou: DIY Meditation Jar. Last minute gift for kids or stressed out grownups. Where to fins glycerin? CVS, drug stores, supermarkets.

DIY Meditation Jar.  Great gift - put a great label on it like, “Keep Calm and Sparkle” or “Keep Calm and Glitter On” for a stressed out person (children or grownups). Saw something almost identical on Tumblr and reblogged it here but wanted to know where it came from. The idea came from Still Life with Circles here for use with children(Lower Right Photo). Her recipe has glycerin (used in all snowglobes) and liquid soap and is more snowglobe-like. Then Here We Are Together here (Left Photo) modified the recipe and added glue - go to the link to see exactly what she added.

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DIY Halloween Paper Bag Animal Costumes with Templates from Wee Society here. You could fold up the bag and put it in a knapsack for Halloween parades. First seen at Handmade Charlotte here.

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DIY Halloween Paper Bag Animal Costumes with Templates from Wee Society here. You could fold up the bag and put it in a knapsack for Halloween parades. First seen at Handmade Charlotte here.

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DIY Spray Painted and Dipped Plastic Animals Tutorial from Honest to Nod here. The bull with drizzled blue paint on it reminds me of the photograph in the Top Photo where artist Doug Pederson took Dollar Store Animals and melted crayons over them (more images here). Bottom Photo: DIY by Honest to Nod. *For lots more altered Dollar Store plastic animals go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/plastic-toys

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DIY Stackable Shrink Plastic Rings Tutorial from Lana Red here. I posted several examples of laser cut acrylic stacking rings a long time ago that may provide inspiration for this project here.

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