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  • Ann Lindquist

    Making Art At Home: My Favorite Art Supplies for Toddlers My kids really enjoyed painting with this cornstarch based paint. I was worried that it wouldn't come off the driveway or sidewalk, but it washed away quickly in a storm. The colors were super vibrant and were a nice alternative to chalk.

  • Kelly Smith

    art projects for toddlers (cornstarch sidewalk paint, playdoh recipe...)

  • Denise Lamb

    Cornstarch Sidewalk Paint Recipe from Pink and Green Mama 1. I mixed the cornstarch and food coloring first inside the house. We carried the muffin pan with the dry powder outdoors, THEN added the water with a small watering can (to control splashing) This way we didn't slosh and stain the house on our way outdoors! 2. Make sure you use a good ratio of cornstarch to water. You'll want it to be a thicker paste not too watery so the color will show up.

  • Julie Mills

    Cornstarch sidewalk paint recipe I like this much better than sidewalk chalk.

  • Kassidy A.

    Cornstarch sidewalk paint 1 c cornstarch + 1 c water; add food coloring. Kids liked it, but the driveway was so rough it ws tough on my paint brushes.

  • Lois Dittel

    Cornstarch sidewalk paint recipe. Fun Summer Crafting!

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