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I'M NEVER BUYING PAINT AGAIN! Paint- 1 cup salt, 1 cup flour, 1 c water, food coloring.

  • Gloria Riehemann

    Would it be good for painting on wood projects?

  • Sara-Jeremy Klempa

    I tried the corn starch recipe listed above. It wasn't lumpy but the paint itself was not that great, dull in color. My 4 yr. old had fun none-the-less.

  • Tara Hughes

    tried the cornstarch recipe vicki posted...its awful. too thick after it cools and doesnt paint well...and we used it as finger paint.

  • Emily Minor

    Why don't you try using hot water to dissolve the salt

  • Melissa Newby

    The recipe I have calls for flour not cornstarch

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This baby bath paint recipe is simple to make and great for sensitive new baby skin.

7 different ways to make ice chalk - the perfect activity for kids on a hot summer day

Over 20 different Cloud Dough Recipes- pumpkin, peppermint, rose, gingerbread, snow dough, and many more!

Play Recipe- Dirt Dough- A NEW sensory material that feels JUST like dirt! Great for construction play, mud pie making, pretend gardening, and so much more!

Never buy paint (for kids) again!! Paint- 1 cup salt, 1 cup flour, 1 c water, food coloring.

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All the recipes for make your own...Play doh, bath paint, colored pasta, big bubbles, sidewalk chalk,finger paints,colored rice, glues, spray paints, pavement paint and more.

Puffy Paint: 1 cup salt, 1 cup flour, 1 cup water, food coloring. Who knew?!

  • Tanya Wachowski

    Now how many does this make?

  • Angela Snapp

    I tried this, to me its more gritty than puffy. To answer your question about how much does this make? When the mixture is make it will fill up a 20 oz. bottle. I split the mixture to see what different colors I could come up with. For me it didn't spread the way I liked for it was too gritty. Maybe I should have used a mixture to mix the ingredients. Trial and error kind of of thing.

1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup flour, 1/4 cup (give or take) water. Knead until dough forms. Make impression. Bake at 200 for 3 hours. Do every summer and make a stepping stone path :)

Art and Sensory Recipes - an amazing list! SO many recipes!

the BEST playdough recipe, hands down. and you make it with JELLO! third and fourth graders love it just as much as the little guys, too!

easy craft clay... dries hard. Perfect to make ornaments for the kids to paint. Fun Christmas craft!

No-flour playdough recipe. Results are silky smooth dough!

Moon sand. Just 8 cups of flour and 1 cup of baby oil, really soft and easy to clean up.

Glowing water is so EASY TO MAKE, and can be used in so many ways! Use glow water in place of regualr water to make glowing flubber, glowing bubbles, glowing Crystals.....just to name a few

Experimenting With Texture: Homemade Paint Brushes and Texture Tools

glow paint splattered inside mason jars...kids would love it!!

All the recipes for make your own...Play doh, bath paint, colored pasta, big bubbles, sidewalk chalk,finger paints,colored rice, glues, spray paints, pavement paint and more.

Add food coloring to a simple mixture of flour, salt, and water, and you get puffy, glossy paints that sparkle with salt crystals when dry.

homemade finger paints