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Kid inspired crafts

These crafts are ones that my kids came up with on their own, some are nice so I thought I would share.

This was reusing a bug home as a mini fish tank.

Play doh nails

Using old food molds, filling them with glitter glue and then peeling then out to play with.

Jumping stones made with caulk, this turned into a game of jumping on the right colors to make it down the path 

Using kid tongs to place all the tic tacs back  in the case, great for practicing fine motor skills 

Fall play doh cupcakes 


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