A Diamond is Forever, these just look like it! Kids Craft
These are the coolest! Like Totally! Sorry the valley girl in me just slipped out…
Anyway, I saw this idea on The Cupcake Cuppy,
she saw it somewhere else, thus is the blog hopping world.
I realized I had to try this one out, and the possibilities are endless. I am in love with this craft! It was a little messy and took a while, and I still haven’t cleaned out the crystals from my pan yet so… Oh well.
Borax (3T per cup of water)
Pipe cleaners- Any color you want
Pencil or dowel etc.
Food coloring optional,- but this didn’t really work for me, I may not have put enough?!
Like I was saying the possibilities are endless, and my Christmas bone is itching to use this idea,
but we still have about 318 days til that is even a possibility!
AS for the kiddos helping, they really could make any shapes they wanted. Also I think this is a fun science project for kids, but you will have to look up why this happens… sorry bout that, I am too busy crafting! And if I explained it to Etta, I am sure she wouldn’t care at this point.
>Very nice and it doesn't look too hard!
>A science experiment that is beautiful–thanks so much for linking up!
>So pretty! My boys brought some snowflakes home from school that were similar, but I had no idea how they made them. Thanks for sharing!
>Thank you for sharing your awesome project at Thursday’s Treasures last week! Come share your crafty projects in this week’s Thursday’s Treasures too!
Love your recipe!. I just took out the ones we made last year and they look great! We are getting ready to make some more. I like to make hearts and stick them on the tree and then use them again for val day.