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06/12/2012

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Rick Wayman

This is a great idea Jenn, thanks for sharing. Watercolors and salt are two of Lulu's obsessions, but we have yet to combine them. I'll give it a try tonight!

Jennifer

Glad you liked the idea, Rick! I hope you and Lulu have fun with it.

Kibwe@expresscopy

I don't know why I never thought of using table salt to make art like that. It works on all counts. No ants will bite the art work when it is complete, as they would with sugar.

It really is a good way to add crystals to your work. It's cheap and easy to work with.

The timer is an excellent idea. I think I saw that recommended somewhere for kids to help them learn to make better use of time. It helps. Thanks for sharing.

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