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Gooo...gooo... - Pinned by Mak Khalaf Fine Art beachsilhouettesunsettoys by MuhammadRidhaMochtar
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Gooo...gooo... - Pinned by Mak Khalaf Fine Art beachsilhouettesunsettoys by MuhammadRidhaMochtar

Gooo...gooo... - Pinned by Mak Khalaf Fine Art beachsilhouettesunsettoys by MuhammadRidhaMochtar

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Fine-art photographer Sharon Johnstone loves to experiment with still-life set-ups. To create her bubble macro shots (see above), she fills up a glass of water and adds a few drops of olive oil.
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Oil and water macro photography - Sharon Johnstone.

Fine-art photographer Sharon Johnstone loves to experiment with still-life set-ups. To create her bubble macro shots (see above), she fills up a glass of water and adds a few drops of olive oil - Zach Caylor

Although it is hard to tell, this is a photograph of water mixed with oil. As ot is so magnified it looks like glass bubbles. I like the idea of being unable to tell what the object is becuse of zooming in.

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Fine-art photographer Sharon Johnstone loves to experiment with still-life set-ups. To create her bubble macro shots (see above), she fills up a glass of water and adds a few drops of olive oil.

Fine-art photographer Sharon Johnstone loves to experiment with still-life set-ups. To create her bubble macro shots (see above), she fills up a glass of water and adds a few drops of olive oil.
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Some of this is good for the age group. I would not let babies or young toddlers mix chemicals for example.

Mixing Chemistry - The first card in the top left, describes the supplies for a mixing chemistry lab.

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Taffeta trays for messy play

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Now get the tools that you comfortable with, “draw” on the clay. Try short, meddle, long hairs etc, get to know the controlling methods. Try making small or big wavy levels. Add fine lines in layers, bigger tip tool goes first, sharper tip goes after. Follow along the clay in direction, well, somewhat irregular, according to reasonable hair growth. Brush it with nylon brush and nail polish remover. Do some touchup after brush off the scraps.
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Making figurine heads and base tutorial This the final tutorial in this series, an angel and a soldier. It took a long time finishing it, and hun. Figurine WIP\ tutorial part 6 heads + base final

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Now get the tools that you comfortable with, “draw” on the clay. Try short, meddle, long hairs etc, get to know the controlling methods. Try making small or big wavy levels. Add fine lines in layers, bigger tip tool goes first, sharper tip goes after. Follow along the clay in direction, well, somewhat irregular, according to reasonable hair growth. Brush it with nylon brush and nail polish remover. Do some touchup after brush off the scraps.

Now get the tools that you comfortable with, “draw” on the clay. Try short, meddle, long hairs etc, get to know the controlling methods. Try making small or big wavy levels. Add fine lines in layers, bigger tip tool goes first, sharper tip goes after. Follow along the clay in direction, well, somewhat irregular, according to reasonable hair growth. Brush it with nylon brush and nail polish remover. Do some touchup after brush off the scraps.
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Favourite play ideas for two year olds | BabyCentre Blog
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With warmer weather, take messy play into the great outdoors. Kids will love this large scale art activity!

Take messy play outdoors and explore paint with inexpensive painting tools - Dollar Store fly swatters! You'll be left with beautiful, Swatter Mural Art!

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Practice Printing Bags - A great fine motor activity and fun writing practice!...might add this as a choice for my spelling station!
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Practice Printing Bags - A great fine motor activity and fun writing practice!...might add this as a choice for my spelling station!

Practice Printing Bags - A great fine motor activity and fun writing practice!...might add this as a choice for my spelling station!
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painting chair orange yellow pink original on paper by eeliethel, $35.00
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painting chair orange yellow pink original on paper acrylic fine art mixed media

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What are the best play ideas for toddlers? If you were thinking up the perfect mix of activities for 2-year-olds what would you have on your list?  I asked some friends what their children think are the perfect play ideas and here’s what we came up with.

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