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  • Lindsay Thomas

    Will definately be trying this at bath time! Bathtub paint with shaving cream and food coloring

  • Tasha Brown

    Bath Paint: Old Muffin Tin, Shaving Cream, Food Coloring, and Paint Brush. Love this bath time activity from fun for the poor blog. *****MY KIDS HAD A LOT OF FUN WITH THIS..THE ONLY THING I DIDN'T LIKE IS MY KIDS WOULD RATHER USE THEIR HANDS INSTEAD OF A PAINT BRUSH AND THE FOOD COLORING STAINED THEIR HANDS. :(

  • Chrissy Winterbottom

    Bathtub Paint (shaving cream + food coloring)! For Puffy Paint, mix equal parts glue with the shaving cream and paint on strong paper! Reviews for the bath tub paint said it stained the grout in tubs and kids, just a heads up.

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