A Few of our Favorite Things {GIVEAWAY!}

To thank all of you for 
following along,
and sharing,
and to celebrate my two year blogiversary,
I'm giving away some of our favorite things!

Here is what is included in the giveaway 
suggestions on how to use the materials

Contact Paper and Tissue Squares
You can stick almost anything to contact paper,
tissue paper squares are our favorite for making collages.
When you're done using tissue paper squares

Canvas and Crayons
Give melted crayon art a go!
Have you already made melted crayon art?

Unflavored Gelatin and Food Coloring
I always keep unflavored gelatin in my art cupboard,
gelatin plastic is so easy to make, lasts a long time, 
and can pretty much be made into any shape or color you'd like!
You can even make your own rainbow!

Watercolor Paper and Watercolors
We use watercolor paper for almost everything. It's perfect for all kinds of art!
We even cut the paper up into smaller rectangles for making notecards.
Setting out water and pan watercolors is easy and quick to do when my girls are in a hurry to paint,
they also travel nicely for impromptu painting at the park.

Coffee Filters
Coffee filters are amazing for tie dying!
We like to use food coloring on our coffee filters and cut them out like snowflakes
we've even taken advantage of how the coloring bleeds through the filter and made abstract art.

Shaving Cream
Marbling with shaving cream is so much fun but nothing beats the fun my girls had making shaving cream cupcakes.

Sidewalk Chalk
We LOVE sidewalk chalk!
We use it for everything from tracing around each other to making hopscotch and mazes.
Our favorite way to use chalk is soaking wet.
We've also created with chalk dust, which was really neat.

Plastic Spray Bottles
We use spray bottles to make negative art by filling the bottles with half paint and half water.
You can also fill the bottles with water and spray on chalk boards, cement, watercolor paintings,
food coloring on coffee filters. 
The possibilities are pretty much endless with spray bottles!

Fun Extras!
Here are some fun extras to keep in stock
glitter glue
white glue
glow in the dark glitter
We've never used Kool-Aid for art purposes but I know you can make sensory doughs with it and use it for painting and dying!

Here is all 
the important mumbo-jumbo

*This giveaway is open to anyone with a mailing address!
(Yes, that means internationally!)

*You must be 18 years or older to enter

*The giveaway
Monday, 02/18/2013 at 12:00 am EST
Sunday, 02/24/2013 at 11:59 pm EST

*Winner will be announced
Monday, 02/25/2013
on the blog and by email

*Winner will be chosen by random.org

*Winner will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen

*You must provide a valid email address to enter 
(so you can be notified if you win)

To Enter
Leave a comment letting me know what material(s) you're looking forward to using!

Good Luck!

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