29 april 2011

Hela havet stormar

Havet är det bästa hon vet, säger A. Nu har hon ett eget hav på flaska. Idén kom från denna thailändska blogg.
Du behöver:
genomskinlig plastflaska, fylld till ca 1/3 med vatten
blå karamellfärg
matolja att fylla resten av flaska med
eventuellt några snäckor, stenar, plast fiskar, vi använde små plastpärlor i havstema
Oljan och vattnet blandas inte, utan oljan på vattnet skapar långsamma vågor då man vänder den fram och tillbaka. A tyckte den var jättetuff, och L spanade efter de små fiskarna och snäckorna. Denna typen av pyssel är något av det roligaste, tycker jag, superenkelt, billigt och skoj.

Ocean in a bottle. Inspiration came from bhoomplay.
You need:
transparent plastic bottle, filled 1/3 up with water
blue food colouring
sunseed oil ( or similar) to fill the rest of the bottle
maybe some seashells, stones, fishes in plastic, we used small ocean themed plastic beads
The oil and water does not mix, the oil creates slow waves in the water when you turn it back and forth. No need to say: A loved it, and L spied after all the small fishes and seashells. I love this kind of crafting, super easy, cheap and lots of fun.


20 kommentarer:

  1. hej a, couldn't share your exhibition - bad times here, one of the family in hospital .... but I'm looking forward to your "poster" and always glad about your ideas!

    SvaraRadera
  2. Hjertebank: ;)
    Lingonsmak: Oh no, that sounds terrible. I hope your family menber gets well soon. Kram. And dont worry about the exhibition.

    SvaraRadera
  3. great idea! it looks beautiful

    SvaraRadera
  4. Voi noita tehtiin joskus lapsina. Kiva kun muistutit mieleen, täytyypä opettaa omille lapsosille.

    SvaraRadera
  5. Looks great!!! The water is so blue.

    * Thank you for mentioning my blog in your blog. Dearly appreciated. I love your blog too. : )

    SvaraRadera
  6. Oi joi, tällainen täytyy ehdottomasti tehdä pikku Alle. K voisi tehdä ja A saada. :)

    SvaraRadera
  7. Ett hav att medbringa - jättebra!

    SvaraRadera
  8. wonderful! great to have you back again on Craft Schooling Sunday!

    SvaraRadera
  9. Vilken rolig och samtidigt väldigt vacker idé! :)

    SvaraRadera
  10. Aurea Lopez: Thank you for that! I try my hardest..
    Gosia: Thanks!
    Kokox: Minä en ole nähnyt nämä ennen, mutta kivoja ne ovat. Tytär on nukkunut omansa kanssa joka ilta.
    bhoomplay: You are so wellcome! I loved this( and the rest of your blog) on your blog, and had to try it instantly!
    Riikka: Hyvä järjestelmä!
    snygg: Tack!
    creativejewishmom: good to be back!
    metamorphosis: Tack!

    SvaraRadera
  11. Wonderful! Will definitely give it a go!
    Kerri

    SvaraRadera
  12. Great Idea!!! I love it!
    Bye Rosi

    SvaraRadera
  13. I tryed this too.
    I didn´t have food colours. I tryed to color with silk-paper, ink-pencil and guache. First 2 were fine alternatives!
    Love your blog!

    SvaraRadera
  14. Featured you!

    http://allawesomelinks.blogspot.com/2011/07/make-ocean-in-bottle.html

    SvaraRadera
  15. Love the pictures! The blue in the bottle is so vivid! Just posted on Craft Gossip!

    SvaraRadera
  16. I tried the recipe with canola instead of sunflower oil, but it didn't exactly work. Any help? D:

    SvaraRadera
  17. So cute!

    I’d love it if you shared this with the Fun Family Crafts audience.
    FFC is similar to Craftgawker but it only features kid friendly tutorials.

    Looking forward to seeing what fun crafts you submit!
    http://funfamilycrafts.com

    SvaraRadera
  18. what about the sand

    SvaraRadera

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