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  • Amber Owen

    A sweet kid activity. Paint popcorn & marshmallows with edible paint aka milk (sweet evaporated milk or regular) dyed with food coloring.

  • Tara Diebold

    Food Painting ~ Have kids who love to paint and eat snacks? Then they will love this fun indoor activity! Grab some marshmallows or popcorn, then make edible paint by mixing milk and food coloring together. For a thicker paint, try sweet evaporated milk.

  • Lauren Head

    Indoor Fun With an Edible Paint Craft! Great Kids Activity LivingLocurto.com #kids #craft #paint

  • Jessie Stake

    Rainy day idea for kids: food painting - mix milk and food coloring (sweetened condensed milk for thicker paint) livinglocurto.com

  • Danielle Y

    Edible craft paint

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