Crayon Art... now this is even cooler than the other kind of crayon art!

11 Rainy Day DIY Activities for Kids

DIY: Crayon Art Tutorial - using a blow dryer, melt crayons onto a canvas. Great way to use brokn crayons! This would be a fun addition to the kiddo's room! This would be a fun addition to the kiddo's room!

Bathroom art

This is a great idea for any sort of DIY artwork: trace a simple graphic onto three canvases, and paint. So much more esthetically pleasing than if you were to just trace and paint onto one canvas. Plus i love the whale idea for a little boy room :)

What faith can do

Ive seen dreams that move the mountains, hope that doesnt ever end, even when the sky is falling. Ive seen miracles just happen, silent prayers get answered, broken hearts become brand new; That what faith can :)

truth on a t-shirt.

Rather Be Someone's Shot Of Whiskey - The Coffee Shop - Skreened T-shirts, Organic Shirts, Hoodies, Kids Tees, Baby One-Pieces and Tote Bags

buy canvas, put sticker letters on, paint over it, and peel stickers! ( can also put a colorful fabric over canvas before stickers , then paint)

Tutorial to take favorite quotes and put them on canvas. Staple down fabric. Use sticker letters to write the quote. Spray paint the entire canvas. Remove the stickers so the fabric shows through the paint.

Instant wall art! Cover a variety of different-size artist's canvases or canvas stretchers with the fabric, stapling it in place on the backs. Be sure to cut the pieces so that you are displaying your favorite parts of the fabric's motifs.

just grab a yard of your favorite fabric and a few different size canvas and staple. But use the shoe box lid idea instead of canvas

Painting with Watercolors, Glue and Salt. I love this effect

Painting with Watercolors, Glue and Salt. Kids will love being creative and making designs with the glue. The salt creates a pretty starburst effect by soaking up paint pigments as the painting dries. And as an extra bonus: the salt sparkles!

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