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  • Maddie Baird

    Great craft idea for this summer!

  • Jocelyn Spence

    Edible Homemade Fingerpaint: flour, sugar, salt, and food coloring This looks so awesome for kids @Kim Phillips

  • Shannon Sungur

    Kids Activity: Edible Homemade Fingerpaint. Sugar, flour, salt, food coloring, plastic cups.

  • Kayla Williams

    Kids Activity: Homemade Edible Paint

  • Diana Miller

    Edible Homemade Finger paint Made with flour, sugar, salt, and food coloring this would be OK for the toddlers. Finger paint Kids Edible Finger paint

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Safe, non-toxic (edible, but not tasty) paints for the little ones to go nuts with. This sounds fun and easy, also combines a tactile element that they should enjoy. From www.theimaginatio...

Homemade Edible Finger Paint ~ totally edible and completely non-toxic, and the best part is it was so easy to make ~ you have ywo kids...what could they love more?... and you have a husband, the kids have a bed-time, I'm sure you two could come up with a "fun" way to use-up the ", no answer, that falls under..."TMI"

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.

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The Imagination Tree: Homemade Edible Finger Paint -- 4 all edible ingredients! Planning on doing this with Will soon. Blog author has a 6-month old painting - SO FUN!

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!