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    LIQUID SIDEWALK CHALK: Mix 1 cup of water with 1 cup of cornstarch. Then pour it into muffin tins or small cups & add food coloring to make the colors you would like.

    Sidewalk chalk paint is so much cooler than regular old sidewalk chalk! And its crazy easy to make! Its 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

    Liquid Sidewalk Chalk

    Two minute homemade paint recipe - only three ingredients!

    Homemade Sidewalk Chalk

    Never buy paint again! Use ketchup bottles to store your homemade paint in :)- will have to try this. Sounds like fun!!

    Simple kitchen ingredients make this Sidewalk Chalk Spray a must make for your kids this summer!

    How to Make Sponge Bombs -- great alternative to water balloons and can be used over & over again! #kids #playOutdoors

    Sidewalk paint

    Sticky Paint by Shelley Lovett, childcareland: A different paint for kids to use, less messy and dries shiny! #Paint #Kids #childcareland

    bubble mix, yay

    Use glue (dollar store?) with a few drops of food coloring and cookie cutters. Make sun catchers or Christmas ornaments.

    Homemade Sidewalk Chalk

    Bath paint 1/4 cup shampoo/ or hand soap/ or body wash (use whatever soapy thing you have lying around, great use for shampoo you didn’t like, or the end of the body wash) 1/4 cup corn starch 1-2 TBS water 3-4 drops food coloring

    Kids Activities Kids Crafts - Homemade Sidewalk Paint. 1/4 cup cornstarch + 1/4 cup water + food coloring = hours of outdoor painting fun!

    borax, cornstarch and glue makes a bouncy ball, who knew!

    Definitely doing this over the summer

    Flubber Recipe

    45 Things to do with Food Coloring - a pop of color makes everything more exciting doesn't it?!

    Bubble painting (: Mix food coloring in with bubbles then blow them on paper and let them pop.