Are the kids bored? Don’t get stressed, join former teacher turned DIY guru and mother of four Monica Mangin and make your very own stress balls with materials you have around the house.
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they are super mega cool adorable ! super cute
Am from India and We love u monika…am ur huge fan….!
Great ideas but as a kid flour could feed the hungry. Thanks to the virus food is running low.
I watched a demo on TV of a scientist explaining why Flour mills and factories occasionally had explosions. Apparently when flour is near a heat source in its dry state, the fine particles can ignite easily when near heat. So as unlikely as it seems, I would stick with sand or something else. Really good video and idea all the same.
Thanks for showing
K N S G
Sure beats punching holes in walls!
So cute! Would be a great birthday party activity with a take-away too!
I had these when I was little ❤️
Adorable craft for the stir-crazy! Perfect! ? TFS! xo