Lucy Grace Sainsbury

Lucy Grace Sainsbury

Lucy Grace Sainsbury
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Due Sorelle beach, Sirolo (Ancona), Conero Riviera, Marche, Italy

Due Sorelle (two sisters) beach, Sirolo (Ancona). Named for the two rocks. And only reached by boat.

Jacob Hamblin Arch, Coyote Gulch, located in Garfield and Kane Counties in southern Utah, in the western United States.

Jacob Hamblin Arch, Coyote Gulch, located in Garfield and Kane Counties in southern Utah, in the western United States.

Mini egg cake recipe from @sainsburysmag. The perfect bake for Easter, get cracking!

Gâteau décoré de petits oeufs pour Pâques (en anglais) Mini egg cake recipe from The perfect bake for Easter, get cracking!

DIY recycled art project: crayon hearts made out of broken crayons. Kids love doing this project!

DIY recycled art project: crayon hearts made out of broken crayons. Kids love doing this project! Something about how families are where are hearts are and some homemade heart crayons. Jennifer has a ton of crayons

Crayola crayon candles use old crayons to make these I'm going to add scented oil to give them a scent

Color block crayon candles are the ultimate solution for making the accurate colored candles at your home! Colored candles are always adorable and when you find your favorite colors together in one candle, it even gets better!

Button Tree on Canvas- this is so fun!

Button Tree by Monica Furlow; using for inspiration for my creation Button Tree by Monica Furlow; using for inspiration for my creation Button Tree by Monica Furlow; using for inspiration for my creation

Melted crayon art. My daughter loves princesses, but I didn't want her room too "Disney-ish" so I googled "princess silhouettes" and printed the pictures from my printer. I took the printed image and cut it out of contact paper. Next, on the canvases, I stuck down the image, hot glued the crayons to the top and melted the crayons all the way to the bottom, peeled off the contact paper and was left with the silhouette. I had to touch up some edges with white paint, but they turned out well.

Print Silhouettes, take the image and cut it out of contact paper, stick it on a canvas, hot glue the crayons to the top and melt the crayons all the way to the bottom. Then peel off the contact paper and touch up some edges with white paint.