Travel to the outer limits on Hands On Crafts for Kids (1807)

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Break the creative boundaries and travel to the outer limits. Blast off as Jenny Barnett-Rohrs makes a bottle rocket with empty soda bottles and duct tape. She adds embellishments cut out of FloraCraft® Styrofoam™ Brand foam sheets. Jenny creates designs with Elmer’s® Painters Opaque Paint Markers. Katie Hacker tracks the journey on a decorated bulletin board. She uses FloraCraft® Styrofoam™ Brand foam balls decorated with Elmer’s® Glitter Glue and jar rings to create a cool design. Franz Spohn makes portraits with candy beads. He creates a grid on Canson® Marker Paper and then transfers it to vellum. He uses Faber-Castell® Connector Pens to color the grid. Franz glues plastic tubes to Elmer’s® Foam Board. He uses the grid as a guide to place the colored candies. Last we’ll make a sparkly Easter decoration from blogger Jen Goode. Jenny uses Elmer’s® paint markers and glitter glue to decorate a large foam board egg making it look like an Easter basket. You’ll love creating out of the box projects like these found on Hands On Crafts for Kids.

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