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Sea shell crafts

Learning colors but painting and sorting sea shells

sea shell idea-
make the dough first 
recipie is -
1 cup Salt
2 cups Flour
1 cup Water

Mix up the ingredients
Then make what ever shape you would like ur keepsake to be, and add the sea shells.(try using cookie cutters)  dont forget to add a hole for the string to hang once done. We add cinnamon to ours so not only did it smell good but it looked like sand once done.

 Finally, we dried them in the toaster oven at 250 degrees until they hardened.

seashell art
Let ur kids use thier imagination with this one and created pictures with sea shells (we did not glue anything down so she could make more pictures then one)

glitter glue and seashells!


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