Here is how you make them:
1/2 cup cornstarch
3 Tbsp. sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
2 cups cold water
food coloring
Directions:
In a medium pan, mix all the ingredients together to make the finger paint. Cook over low heat 10 to 15 minutes. (I would cook it for about 5 minutes less). Keep stirring the finger paint mixture until it is smooth and thick. After the finger paint has thickened take the pan off the stove and let the mixture cool.

Make Some Finger Paints

Here is how you make them: 1/2 cup cornstarch 3 Tbsp. sugar 1/2 tsp. salt 2 cups cold water food coloring Directions: In a medium pan, mix all the ingredients together to make the finger paint. Cook over low heat 10 to 15 minutes. (I would cook it for about 5 minutes less). Keep stirring the finger paint mixture until it is smooth and thick. After the finger paint has thickened take the pan off the stove and let the mixture cool.

Recipes galore...homemade sidewalk chalk, rainbow pasta, finger paint, bubbles, fruit roll ups, bath paint, play-doh, etc...

Recipes galore...homemade sidewalk chalk, rainbow pasta, finger paint, bubbles, fruit roll ups, bath paint, play-doh, etc...

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DIY oven bake clay 2 cups cornstarch 2 cups baking soda 1 1/4 cups cold water Food coloring or dye (optional)

Amazing apple scented puffy paint recipe - This no cook recipe is made from common household ingredients, and kids love it!

Amazing apple scented puffy paint recipe - This no cook recipe is made from common household ingredients, and kids love it!

Make homemade, non-toxic puff paint and store it in plastic ketchup bottles. So fun for kids. Genius idea!

Make homemade, non-toxic puff paint and store it in plastic ketchup bottles. So fun for kids. Genius idea!

YES! These are dried out water-based markers. I'm actually turning them into liquid watercolor that paints beautifully. I just fill a clean baby food jar with water, tie about six dry markers with a rubber band, and set them in the top of the jar. I let them sit over night and watercolor is made!       Omg. Cannot wait to do this

YES! These are dried out water-based markers. I'm actually turning them into liquid watercolor that paints beautifully. I just fill a clean baby food jar with water, tie about six dry markers with a rubber band, and set them in the top of the jar. I let them sit over night and watercolor is made! Omg. Cannot wait to do this

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