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  • Amy Callahan

    Homemade finger paints {recipe}. what a brilliant idea and I know where to get some baby food jars that will be perfect for them!

  • Lisa Plante

    Home made finger paint recipe and a use for baby food jars :)

  • Brittany Snyder

    Homemade finger paint! Great idea! Never thought about homemade paints!!

  • Heidi Howard-Strunk

    good for kid crafts homemade finger paints

  • Nina Bowe

    Homemade finger paints! I love kids stuff I can make at home!

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homemade finger paint - am loving these recipes. Know what's in them when my little one tastes (which he absolutely will do). At least I will know what to tell poison control.

Homemade finger paints...kind of a tricky recipe. You have to get the measurements JUST right or it will be too thick or too watery. Also, you have to ad a TON of food coloring. Ruby still liked it, and if you don't have any finger paint, its a cheap way to get some fast!

Homemade finger paint. Simple ingredients and quick to make. I made a double batch of these last week. Best diy kid project so far. Stored them in squeeze bottle from Wal Mart's candy making section. Wilson cake food colors makes for vibrant, beautiful paint. Rally and Morgan love it!

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

Homemade edible finger paint * 2 cups of corn corn starch * 1 cup of cold water * 4.5 cups of boiling water * Liquid food coloring If the paint remains liquid and doesn't thicken up simply add up to 1 more cup of cornstarch.

Heat 2 cups water in a saucepan and add 1/2 cup corn starch, 1/2 tsp salt and 3 tbsp sugar. Stir till mixture thickens. Allow to cool. Pour into jars and tint with desired dye. You might want to start with less corn starch. I made this and found it a little too goopy. I thinned it with some extra water.

Homemade finger paints 3 tbls sugar 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 cup corn starch 2 cups water combine in saucepan, warm until thickened, cool, pour into container & add food coloring