White paper cut out trees/forest. On graders did this. Fifth-graders Meredith Connor and Annabel Huber admire “Arboretum,” created by Waynflete School eighth-graders and hanging in the school’s Art Gallery. Courtesy of Waynflete School, Portland, Oregon
Draw on wax paper with permanent markers, wrap around candle and heat until image is transferred. It would be great to do this for Mother's Day, or Teacher Appreciation Day - have kids draw on wax paper and give her a personalized candle.
Let's face it, you're a loser if your ice isn't in the shape of diamonds. Get ice so icey with this flexible silicone ice cube tray that produces diamond-shaped ice diamonds. Fits six ice diamonds at a time.