DIY Dyed Sand Crafts for Kids

Get innovative with a hand crafted colorful sand pack, and engage the children throughout the summer. My most loved festival stalls as a child are always the artistic ones. The best, obviously, was the stall where I could make my own sand crafts, layered and filled as an ideal rainbow in a container that would then place on my room bookshelf and help me to remember how entertaining it was for those 2.5 minutes that I got the opportunity to play with pipes and colored sand. What will be the cost? No less than a couple of dollars, and presumably $5+ if you needed anything bigger than a film cannister on a key chain.

Good news for you guys is, as a grown-up with kids, I’ve understood you can make your own particular colored sand for diy sand crafts at home. You can sell it or What’s more, you’ll feel like a child once more. The children will be quite content with you as well.

To make diy dyed sand crafts, you’ll require these instruments and materials:

  • Sand (As required)
  • Food Colors
  • Warm Water
  • Sealable plastic bags
  • baking tray
  • funnel
  • Sealable bottles or containers

Start by dividing plain sand into separate bags. Place the bags in glasses to enable them to remain upright. Scoop out a little dab of gel food color; like with baking, the gel food color will convey a substantially brighter, more distinctive outcome.

Pour out hot – however not boiling – water in over the sand and color. You’ll just need a sufficient amount to cover the sand. Seal up each bag, and massage the color into the water and sand particles.

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Once the colors are equitably distributed, lay the sealed bag level on a surface, and enable the water to cool down and colors to mix overnight.

Trim a little gap at the corner of the sealed bag to evacuate as much water as possible, and after that pour the colored sand onto a level surface to get dry. A baking tray under the sun will work when there’s no other option, and setting the tray inside the oven on low temperature will be fine as well in a rainy day.

When dyed sand gets dry, pour it out into separate containers. Sealable bags and glass jars will work as well. However I tend to support plastic bottles or containers with covered lids.

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Allow the children to pick their own particular containers. Think of it as a simple birthday party craft or rainy day task for babies and children.

If you thought grown-ups were prohibited from the sand party, reconsider. Wouldn’t you realize that the sand looks extraordinary in a candle centerpiece? Colored sand crafts serves as a simple wedding gathering table DIY!

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