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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Easter project #2 ~ Fruity Pebbles artwork

This fun project was really simple, and I also got the supplies in the local Walgreen's drugstore (hm, I guess I shop there a lot). I got inspired while walking through the cereal aisle, so I picked up a box of Fruity Pebbles cereal and some Elmer's Glue, and knew we had some colored paper at home. We drew Easter shapes on the paper (I figured out near the end that it worked best to draw the shapes with thick Sharpie pen that would still show if the gluing wasn't precision-ish). Covered the lines with glue, then shook Fruity Pebbles onto the glue and dumped off the excess. We tried whole pebbles and crushed-up ones, and both looked fine, so I think it's just personal preference. DSC_2829LR DSC_2797LR DSC_2802LR DSC_2810LR DSC_2821LR DSC_2828LR DSC_2831LR DSC_2840LR Kinda cute, and the girls thought it was a hoot. Please ignore the laundry and various other messy items strewn on the hearth. I'd say it doesn't usually look that way, but that would be a lie. DSC_2877LR


  1. what a great idea! I'll have to see if we have fruity pebbles here and if so do this with some of my younger nieces since Hannah would probably just try to eat the craft...including the glue!

  2. SUPER, GREAT IDEA!!! Love it!! Thanks for sharing!! Fun colors and YUMMY, too!!