Although ecological awareness has led us to reduce the number of disposable products we use, there are a few clean-up jobs reserved for paper towels in our home. Not because they do a better job, but because the result is beautiful.
In addition to wiping magic marker from the calendar wall, I also make beautiful "tie-dyed" towels while the children watercolor.
No matter how many times we explain the rinse-between-colors rule, Cousin P mixes up the paint colors. No harm -- so long as we soak it up right then, his paints stay good-as new. The cloth at right was done with watercolors.
Simple, pretty, practical and fun!
Visit Unplu Your Kids for more wrinkled fun, and join us next week as we think of something creative to do with clothes.