Beautiful Day in Paradise @BeautifulDayMom facebook.com/beautifuldaymama
Mama to 9 so far:Mother of Joey (20), Dominick (13), Abigail (11), Angelo (8), Mylee (6), Delainey (3), Colton (2) and Baby 8 and Baby 9 coming sometime in July 2013. If evolution were true, mothers would have three arms!
Mix plaster of paris, powdered tempra & a bit of water to make chalk. pour into roll to mold. Let dry. Leave roll on as a wrapper and peel as needed.
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Use them to be the turrets of castles.
Decorate, fill with rocks, seal both ends, and use it as a paperweight.
Decorate them like people (they will look kinda like nutcrackers, yk?)
Attach different lengths of string with little bells on the end, and hang like a wind chime.
String 3-5 together horizontally like a Choo-Choo train.
Bend a wire hanger into a circle, leaving the hook part intact. Attach the tubes all around, making a wreath.
Decorate like planes and rocket ships.
Build a log cabin.
Cut into 1.5-2 inch segments for napkin rings.
String two together with yarn about 10 feet long, and make a telephone.
Gather 10 tues, fill with rice half way, seal both ends and use for bowling pins.
Arrange 3-4 tubes of different heights on a foam tray (like one used to package ground beef) and make a desk organizer for pens, paper clips, ect.
Use one as the top to a mobile, attach 3 peices of yarn onto the side and attach little pictures to the end of the yarn.
Use one for the staff of a flag.
Fill one with little treats and wrap the whole thing up in shiney paper, like those traditional (Hawaiin?) Christmas gifts.
Make one a vase for fake flowers.
Paint one black, and use it for the body of a butterfly. THe wings can be made of paper plates.
"All you fascists are bound to lose" — Woody Guthrie
great for young children interested in playing peek a boo
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Stuff with newspaper, tape ends closed and use as building blocks, add other empty cardboard boxes too.
Cut strips of paper and fold concertena style. Tape on end of a tube closed, fill with the folded paper strips and add a couple of tablespoons of rice. Clother the other end and you have a rain stick. Works best with a long tube or a couple taped together.
Use for printing. A small amount of paint on a cloth makes a good ink pad.
I painted them and made them into this huge elaborate castle with turrets and a drawbridge...So cool. I played with that thing for a couple years. When it finally lost its allure, we had a big fire in the back yard and we torched it.
Quite the project!
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Editing to say I found it I actually pulled it from a magazine. You can find it here I think they are really cute!