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I made these stingrays to put on headbands for our kindergarten commotion in the ocean program. pinned with Pinvolve - pinvolve.co

Under the sea theme I made these stingrays to put on headbands for our kindergarten commotion in the ocean program.

Under the sea jellies for my ocean reading corner!

Under the sea jellies for my ocean reading corner! Easy to make: paper plates, watercolors, hot glue, assorted ribbon, and googly eyes!

fish scales! Or, since these are pink, aqua, and gold, mermaid scales! Isn’t that the cutest (and easiest) idea for mermaid party backdrop?  For an under the sea party, you could just switch out the girlie colors for blues and greens; for a goldfish party, you could use blue and orange or gold. And of course if you just like this look you could use it with any theme – omg This is so creative!

How to make a foil cup backdrop

Or, since these are pink, aqua, and gold, mermaid scales! Isn’t that the cutest (and easiest) idea for mermaid party backdrop?

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Oyster cookies for my daughter's Bubble Guppies birthday party! Vanilla wafers, store bought hot pink icing, and white Sixlet pearls! Super easy and cute :).maybe not sixlets.

Baking Soda Dough Sea Art

DIY Beach Inspired Holiday Decoration Ideas

Quick and easy baking soda dough recipe. How to make baking soda dough sea art and starfish tutorial. Great craft with the kids!

DIY Coral Reef prop/party décor! Things you'll need: Large cardboard/wood surface - lined with wax paper Wood dowels Can of spray foam Spray paint  What you do: Place wood dowel on wax paper and secure with tape. Use spray foam to create organic free flowing motions that resemble coral. Note: Foam will expand so don't spray too much in one area. Let dry overnight. Carefully peel off wax paper. Then spray paint.

Things you'll need: Large cardboard/wood surface - lined with wax paper Wood dowels Can of spray foam Spray paint What you d

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