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  • Kathleen Tudhope

    Homemade Paint- flour, salt, water, and food coloring makes puffy paint! gotta remember this.

  • Khristina Oestmann

    homemade doodle paint. using flour, salt, water, and food color. says it dries like puff paint, in that its raised.

  • Kristine Payne

    DIY homemade doodle paint, kids craft, easy with what you already have in your pantry

  • Stephen Yates & Company

    Homemade Doodle Paint - flour, salt, water, and food coloring makes puffy paint! gotta remember this before going out & buying

  • Alicia Callahan

    Homemade Puffy Paint - flour, salt, water, and food coloring makes puffy paint! gotta remember this before going out & buying

  • Vicki Brown

    Homemade Doodle Paint (puffy paint) recipe

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

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Make your own pumpkin puffy paint- this paint has such a FUN texture & dries PUFFY! Perfect for creating puffy touch and feel pumpkin art. A fun activity for Fall

Painting with flour. Microwave 30 sec. to make fluffy! Equal parts salt and self-rising flour with enough water to make a very thick paste. // This worked great and was really neat! Thicker paste and painting definitely worked better. I'd also make a big batch, then separate it and dye it.