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Puffy Paint Designs

Print out designs on white paper and put under wax paper. Use puffy paint to trace the images. Let dry and remove slowly. - Nessa

Transportation / car and truck themed 2nd birthday party decorations - wreath wrapped in black ribbon with puffy paint road lines, route 2 sign from google images, and a matchbox car hot glued on -red car photo booth-cardboard cutout covered with red duct tape with license plate designed in Microsoft Word and "laminated" with packing tape

Pinecone Mini Christmas Tree Chelle, so easy just hot glue beads onto pinecone--the base looks like they made a design with puffy paint then painted it and added greenery.

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

Print out a pattern you like, place a sheet of wax paper over it and trace the pattern with puffy paints. When it dries peel it off the wax paper and apply it to it's permanent surface.

I love making my own valentines, and this brings me back to being a kid again. This looks like lots of fun and my daughter and I could design some together!

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.

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.

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

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

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.

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