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  • Missy

    Bathtub paint recipe: 1 tbsp cornstarch, 4-6 pumps baby shampoo, 2-3 drops food coloring, 1-2 tsp water = voila!

  • Corinne Hauk

    This was a huge hit, we all painted the bath tub!!! 1 tbsp cornstarch, 4-6 pumps baby shampoo, 2-3 drops food coloring, 1-2 tsp water = voila! bathtub paint.

  • Drew Moore

    BATH PAINT -- 1 tbsp cornstarch, 4-6 pumps baby shampoo, 2-3 drops food coloring, 1-2 tsp water = voila! bathtub paint. THIS IS AWESOME

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Bathtub Paint: the recipe: 1 tbsp cornstarch, 4-6 pumps baby shampoo (about 1/8 c.), 2-3 drops food coloring, 1-2 tsp water

1T cornstarch, 1/8c. Baby shampoo, 2-3 drops food color, 1t water. Bathtub paint or possibly a good paint for use on the outdoor playhouse.

1 tbsp cornstarch, 4-6 pumps baby shampoo, 2-3 drops food coloring, 1-2 tsp water = voila! bathtub paint.

Bathtub Paint: the recipe: 1 tbsp cornstarch, 4-6 pumps baby shampoo (about 1/8 c.), 2-3 drops food coloring, 1-2 tsp water by janis

Sidewalk chalk paint is so much cooler than regular old sidewalk chalk! And it’s crazy easy to make! It’s simply 1 part cornstarch to 1 part water. I made two muffin tins of paint and used 1-1/2 cups cornstarch and 1-1/2 cups water. Once it was all mixed up, I divided it among the 12 muffin cups, and added two drops of food coloring to each muffin cup

To make the paint, mix shaving cream with a few drops of food coloring.  Fill a muffin tin with several colors and hand your little one a basting brush for painting the tub and tiles.

Playing in the bathtub with DIY paint made out of soap, cornstarch and food coloring.

Cook your own homemade FINGER paint! 1/2 cup cornstarch ■ 3 Tbsp. sugar ■ 1/2 tsp. salt ■ 2 cups cold water ■ food coloring

Bathtub paint! Tried it out this evening and I will definitely be doing this again. I used flour instead of cornstarch, it worked perfectly fine. Don't add too much water or else it becomes much too soupy. Once we were done I turned on the faucet. The water was blue and full of bubbles (I used J for the shampoo). The boy enjoyed that part as well. Easy cleanup too!

Box of stars! stab a box with scissors to make holes, poke Christmas lights through, and crawl in. super fun play spot!