DIY Bubble Printing Tutorial from Martha Stewart here. This recipe uses bubble solution and tempera paint or food coloring. I posted another popular tutorial using crayoloa colored bubbles and dishwashing liquid here.

DIY Bubble Printing Tutorial from Martha Stewart here. This recipe uses bubble solution and tempera paint or food coloring. I posted another popular tutorial using crayoloa colored bubbles and dishwashing liquid here.

rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Drinking Straw Geometric Jewelry. I’m posting this on my kids’ blog because this could be really cute kids’ or trendy grownups’ jewelry that you won’t cry over it something happens to it. Really clever tutorial from Creme de la Craft here.

truebluemeandyou: Love people who think outside the box.

rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Drinking Straw Geometric Jewelry. I’m posting this on my kids’ blog because this could be really cute kids’ or trendy grownups’ jewelry that you won’t cry over it something happens to it. Really clever tutorial from Creme de la Craft here.

truebluemeandyou: Love people who think outside the box.

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DIY Weaving with Drinking Straws 2 Tutorials. Skinny = 3 straws, Wider = 15 straws. Even though this is for children of all ages, I had to read the directions twice, but then I got it and it was easy to understand. Good for small projects like bracelets, and great for kids. Tutorial at Home Ed Groups here. *This is now a CLOSED BLOG. 
For 2 other excellent drinking straw tutorials:
Dollar Store Crafts here.
The best and easiest way to learn this is to watch the video at Kid at Art here.

DIY Weaving with Drinking Straws 2 Tutorials. Skinny = 3 straws, Wider = 15 straws. Even though this is for children of all ages, I had to read the directions twice, but then I got it and it was easy to understand. Good for small projects like bracelets, and great for kids. Tutorial at Home Ed Groups here. *This is now a CLOSED BLOG

For 2 other excellent drinking straw tutorials:

(Source: truebluemeandyou)

DIY Necklace Tangle Preventer Using Drinking Straw. This is more for me to reference because I’m tired of untangling necklaces using a pin and tweezers. Idea and photograph from Real Simple here. It’s supposed to be a traveling tip, but my thin chains get tangled up just hanging on an accordion mug rack.

DIY Necklace Tangle Preventer Using Drinking Straw. This is more for me to reference because I’m tired of untangling necklaces using a pin and tweezers. Idea and photograph from Real Simple here. It’s supposed to be a traveling tip, but my thin chains get tangled up just hanging on an accordion mug rack.