DIY: Sand Art! by Chrissy Eidem - Musely
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DIY: Sand Art!

posted in Family & Kids > Kids Activities
08/06/2014
  • Sorry if the pics aren't great I did this as a birthday gift so I didn't actually make the bottled art. But it was fun!
    Sorry if the pics aren't great I did this as a birthday gift so I didn't actually make the bottled art. But it was fun!
  • What you'll need! 
•Salt
•Sidewalk Chalk
•Plastic Baggies (for storage)
•Little bottles. (I got mine at Michael's)
    What you'll need!
    •Salt
    •Sidewalk Chalk
    •Plastic Baggies (for storage)
    •Little bottles. (I got mine at Michael's)
  • Measure out the amount of salt you need to fill each bottle you have and then add about half of that to the mix. You're going to want extras of certain colors. Then pick your chalk and start stirring. Use elbow grease! The pigment comes out after the chalk is ground down into the salt.
    Measure out the amount of salt you need to fill each bottle you have and then add about half of that to the mix. You're going to want extras of certain colors. Then pick your chalk and start stirring. Use elbow grease! The pigment comes out after the chalk is ground down into the salt.
  • We found these cute bottles with cork tops at Michaels. After whoever, is done making their art, contemplate using a hot glue gun, or super glue to adhere the tops to the bottles. Fill it full, squish it down! You don't want the art getting mixed up if it gets knocked over :)
    We found these cute bottles with cork tops at Michaels. After whoever, is done making their art, contemplate using a hot glue gun, or super glue to adhere the tops to the bottles. Fill it full, squish it down! You don't want the art getting mixed up if it gets knocked over :)
  • I didn't get to make any cute designs, as I said it was a birthday gift, but even just making the "sand" was fun. Use all that excess energy from that adorable pesky kid in your life and let them enjoy creating their own masterpiece! I'm a nanny and I will be doing this with my girls next time!! Please enjoy!!

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