7thSpace - Crafting Ideas

Our crafting ideas can be great fun for the whole family. Candles, shirts and decorative crafts are just a few examples of what you can do.



Active Volcano Lava 1 teaspoon baking soda Red food coloring 1/2 cup vinegar Place baking soda inside a cup. In a separate container mix food coloring and vinegar. When you want your volcano to erupt, pour the vinegar into the cup and stand back! ...



Angel Cream Add some glittery eye shadow which has been broken up finely to a small amount of hand cream. Add to a small jar and decorate. Add poem. Rub a small amount on the back of a child's hand before going to bed to attract angels to watch over ...



Apple Candles Yellow and red apples make a wonderful candlelight decoration for fall entertaining. Toothpick Paring knife Melon baller Votive candles Several medium-size apples, any colors desired Lemon juice Set one apple stem side up. Set the ...



Argo Clay 2 cups baking soda 1 cup Argo cornstarch 1 1/4 cups water Mix all ingredients in a saucepan. Bring to boil, stirring constantly. The mixture will look like mashed potatoes. Form clay into shapes. Let dry 36 hours, then paint and seal. ...



Aromatic Votive Candles Heatproof flower pots or glasses Candlewick Wooden Skewers 1 pound paraffin Empty coffee can Saucepan Essential oil Needle Fill selected candle holder with water; pour water into measuring glass and note the quantity. Tie ...



Authors This is a game for 4 to 6 players. If the players are young, then play with 3 players to make it much more simple. A simple version of this game for younger children is "FISH." The object of the game is to win by becoming the ...



Baby Diaper Cake 1 baby bottle 6 cloth diapers Rubber bands Various baby items (samples of shampoo,     lotion, etc., rattles, tethers, etc.) Receiving blanket Diaper pins Take one diaper and fold in thirds lengthwise (or to height ...



Baker's Clay 4 cups unsifted flour 1 1/2 cups water 1 cup salt NOTE: Do not halve or double recipe. Mix ingredients together thoroughly and knead for 5 minutes. Use your hands or kitchen utensils to shape and form figures. Aluminum foil over the ...



Baker's Clay 4 cups flour 1 cup salt 1 teaspoon powdered alum 1 1/2 cups water Food coloring Mix all ingredients in bowl. If mixture is too dry, work in extra water with hands. Color by dividing and adding food coloring to each portion. Roll or mold ...



Baker's Clay Jar Lids This is a unique way to decorate jars containing your own preserves, candy, nuts, potpourri or other "gifts in a jar. 4 cups unsifted flour 1 1/2 cups water 1 cup salt NOTE: Do not halve or double recipe. Mix ingredients ...



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