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Puffy Paint Designs

A cross between paint and dough, this delightful concoction is fun to squeeze out into puffy, colorful designs. As it dries, the salt in the dough crystallizes, leaving behind a glittering abstraction. Here's how to make enough for 2 bottles.

DIY-So Easy Puffy paint art - shown is a DIY headboard but I can think of dozens of other applications for embossed designs like this. Great idea for ceilings in dollhouse to look like metal ceiling

Use Krylon Fusion spray paint as a base. Then regular acrylic paints/paint pens/puffy paint for the design. In between paint coats, spray or brush on some modgepodge. After it's all dry, put on some clear polyurethane varnish (but be careful! It emits terrible fumes and is only removable with paint thinner).

Paint your terracotta pot with puffy paint - great idea from anthropologie. Bird designs would look great too.

Great artwork idea. Puffy paint on a blank canvas. Use any design or any quote.

I have done this in a couple of rooms in the house. This craft is really under rated. Puffy paint is cute to put on the clothes pins in different geometric designs. Stripes with polka dots is a common cute combo. Jazz it up!

Trace design onto wax paper with puffy paint. Dry overnight and peel carefully. Window cling for any season!

This is a wonderful design. Create a design similar to this by making a reverse silhouette stencil Artistic Software. We love creating projects with crystals at Artistic.

Puffy Snowflake Paintings | Kids will love using a flour mixture in a dish soap bottle to paint fun snowflake designs. Make them puffy by heating them in the microwave!

Puffy fabric paint on canvas. Either paint canvas before- one solid color- and use contrasting color of puffy paint, or paint the whole thing one color for a textured look after puffy paint is dry. Love it!!

Drawing Dough: A cross between paint and dough, this delightful concoction is fun to squeeze out into puffy, colorful designs. As it dries, the salt in the dough crystallizes, leaving behind a glittering abstraction that, like a Rorschach inkblot, is open to interpretation. Here's how to make enough for 2 bottles.

A Mehendi inspired design - Tall mugs painted with sponge technique and puffy paint

Glue Gun on Painted Mason Jars - Instead of puffy paint, add designs or words with a glue gun before you paint.

diy faux "milkglass" how to: glue hot glue dots (or puffy paint) in design(s) of your own creation onto clear glass vase. paint with matte or glossy white acrylic paint. let dry. repeat with another coat. voila. faux milkglass.

puffy paint to make window clings, bracelets, tons of other stuff. Trace designs over wax paper.

Trace designs onto wax paper with puffy paint. Dry overnight and peel carefully. Window cling for any season.

Stained Glass Jars. Great project for the kids. Draw on design with dry erase marker, then make it permanent with your puffy paint or school glue mixed with acrylic paint. Then after this dries paint glass paint or liquid glue (mod podge) dyed with food coloring into your design. This makes a great candle holder.

Mock embroidery using puffy paint. I saw this pin last week and had an idea to use white puffy paint on the edge of a white pillow case. I transferred a scroll design with tiny flowers and applied the white paint. When it was almost dry, I took a common pin and scored lines through the flowers and leaves. I was thrilled that it resembled fine vintage embroidery!

I'll use the same basic idea, but put any design under a piece of clear acetate sheet. Trace over the design with glitter puffy paint. Let dry. Peel up & place on project then fill in with stickles to add more color.

Great idea... it could be used for any holiday or event. Some puffy paint for design, a jar, and paint of your choice. Fun.