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  • Katie Young-Warner

    Put (painters?) tape on a canvas, let them have at it with finger paint, remove tape!

  • Micki Osborne

    kids craft: tape word on canvas, finger paint, then remove tape.

  • melissa dever

    Finger Painting - Tape on Canvas, Let Them at it, Remove Tape! I'm not a fan of finger painting but you can let the kids use brushes/paint; this would also be great for a play group craft

  • Megan Flemr

    Tape word on canvas - finger paint - remove tape. Kids' names. Cute idea

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Finger Painting - First put a word/message in tape on the canvas, then let your child finger paint over it. Finally, remove tape.

LOVE this idea... Would be great on wood too! Tape word on canvas - finger paint - remove tape

Put tape on canvas, let them finger paint, remove the tape. This would be so cute if you did your little one's name as the word they paint over. Great art to hang in their room!

Another pinner said, "Just need a round foam paintbrush - Did this for my bathroom! Used all the grey colors from the walls and a green, pulled from the shower curtain. Super simple and turned out perfect! I would use teal instead of yellow." Rhonda: Mom for your grey bedroom!!

tutorial: how to make a party surprise ball filled with toys or candy...perfect for a party in lieu of a large pinata

Tape and finger paint. This could be a really great first week of school project if you pre-taped out the names.

Tape off a canvas and let your kids paint away then gently remove the tape, seal it and you have awesome artwork to cherish forever!

Amen! "You are Loved by God" "God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, King Jesus Christ, that whosoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life"................John 3:16-21

Spell words with painters tape and have baby finger paint. Once it dries remove the tape! Cute!

diy art canvas - could do flowers or butterflies, but the concept of three different colors with the pattern spreading to all three canvases is cool