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  1. Annette @ InAllYouDo says

    Visiting you from TGIF at Living Life Intentionally. I love this idea!!! Looks like a lot of fun! I can’t wait to try it for St. Patrick’s Day!!! I also pinned it to my Holidays: St. Patty’s Day board on Pinterest.

  2. Sugar Aunts says

    What a fun idea! I can see my kids going bonkers for this 🙂 I would love to invite you to link up at our Share It Saturday linky party. We have lots of creative ideas submitted each week and you would fit right in!

    Colleen at Sugar Aunts

  3. Jackie Higgins says

    Great craft and I love the addition of the “fizz”. My boys would find that entertaining!

  4. Kelly S says

    Just came across your site and I love it!! Please tell me where you got all those art trays from … I searched your site and the web but couldn’t find the same size. Thanks!!

  5. Julie says

    We’ve used vinegar and baking soda for volcanoes, but you have come up with some awesome creative uses for it. I love the idea of using it as paint.

  6. Debs says

    This looks like a really fun hands-on activity! I’m featuring it this week on Learn with Play at home. Thanks for linking it to Tuesday Tots. Have a great day 🙂

  7. Jackie Higgins says

    Hi! I’m co-hosting Mom’s library this week and I featured your magic fizzing shamrocks.
    Thanks!

  8. Sugar Aunts says

    We love this project so much, that we are featuring your post tomorrow on Share It Saturday. Stop by and visit if you like. We will also be sharing with our FB and Twitter followers and pinning to our Share It Saturday Group Pinterest board.

    We hope to see your posts back at Share It Saturday again, we love your ideas 🙂
    Colleen at Sugar Aunts

  9. Ticia says

    For all of the fizzy experiments we’ve done, I don’t think we’ve ever done one with painting. I might have to remedy that……

    Thanks for linking up to Science Sunday!

    • Katie says

      I believe we did use finger paint paper, but really I just mean any paper thick enough for paint (i.e., that you can paint on without putting holes in it).

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