Inger Therese
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Disney stained glass thing.  Actually kind of cool.

Take a look at these gorgeous stained glass art by Louisiana-based artist and art teacher Mandie Manzano of various Disney characters and everyone's favorite Disney princesses.

These are gorgeous. I need to collect alll the puzzles of them! Already have and did the cinderella one. Thomas Kinkade art

Disney Scenes by Thomas Kincade. I saw these in painting form on my cruise on the Disney Dream in June. I love the Tangled one, the Little Mermaid one, and the Princess on the Frog one. Also the Beauty and the Beast one.

WOWSER, what an AwEsOmE craft to do for Christmas Bulbs!!!     What You will Need->>  1 package of Crayola crayons – don’t cheap out here because the Crayola ones really do melt the best a sharp craft knife 1 package of clear GLASS craft ornaments a hair dryer a pair of oven mitts of thick winter gloves  How to Make->>  1. Take your crayons out of the box and, using your craft knife, peel the wrappers from the crayons. Once your crayons are peeled, cut your crayons into small pieces – about…

Nana holds the GLASS ornament and let the kids turn it so Crayons melt. Will try mixing old Rose Art crayons mixed with , our favorite CRAYOLA crayons. Stock up in August during Back-to-School!

Living, Loving, Laughing, & Creating Everyday: Melted Crayon Ornaments!

The kids will love this one! -Cyn Put a piece of crayon in a clear glass bulb ornament. Use a blow dryer to melt the crayon and rotate the bulb to distribute the color. Multiple crayon colors gives the swirled appearance.