Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Beating the Heat with Ice Cube Painting
I LOVE LOVE LOVE being a mom! I love that my daughter is at a age where she wants to do arts n crafts and is a little sponge learning and trying new things.
With the heat of the week I wanted another activity that would help keep us cool. Ice cube painting was a great idea for 90 degree days with lots of humidity.
Not only was this fun but very easy to make. All I did was put water in my ice cube tray and then added food coloring and then put in the freezer. SUPER FUN AND EXTREMELY EASY!
Selah's face she makes when she is concentrating.
Her first drawing on paper.
This is an old dish towel that I did not use anymore.
You could set the ice cube in one spot and let it melt for a little bit and then move it. It created a very neat tye-dye look. :) I LOVED IT! Selah had so much fun moving the ice cubes around. :)
Her name kinda disappeared but this looks so cool! I love love love it! :)
We want to do this again! :)