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Make your own Bath Paint from Emma Owl

Make your own Bath Paint from Emma Owl

Make your own bath paint - easy to do and will result in lots of clean fun in the bath!

Johnson's baby shampoo, food coloring, and cornstarch make bath paint!

Bubble Bath Paint: 1 cup baby bubble bath or body wash - as long as it is clear/white 4 tbsp cornstarch a few drops of food colouring small containers with lids

Homemade Bathtup Paint ~  Mix equal parts of soap and cornstarch with a spoon.  (I mixed 1/4 cup soap, 1/4 cup cornstarch and it seemed like the perfect amount) Place a little bit of mixture in each compartment of the ice cube tray. Add 1-3 drops of food coloring per compartment depending on how vibrant you want the color.

***Equal parts soap and corn starch. ~~~ Playing in the bathtub with DIY paint made out of soap, cornstarch and food coloring.

Easy 2 TSP corn starch 1 tsp body lotion/cream 1 tsp water Food color

Easy 2 ingredient homemade facepaint for kids 2 TSP corn starch 1 tsp body lotion/cream 1 tsp water.

Over zout en lijm vervenMet witte lijm een tekening maken op dik papier, dit rijkelijk bestrooien met tafelzout. Dan het zout aanstippen met een kwastje met waterverf. Niet uitsmeren, maar de verf in het zout laten trekken. Daarna de tekening goed laten drogen.

raised salt painting: create design with glue, cover glue with table salt. Touch watercolor brush on salt, without smearing and watch color be absorbed by salt. Let dry. This looks fantastic. So, inverted rock salt painting.

+ sidewalk paint  (1 part cornstarch (1 c.), 1 part water (1 c.), food coloring, sponge brushes)

Sidewalk chalk paint 1 part cornstarch c.) 1 part water c.) food coloring (we used neon colors) sponge brushes Mix corn starch and water. Add food coloring fun last day of school activity☀️

DIY Rocket. Cute!!

Preschool Crafts for Kids*: Rocket Jet Pack Bottle Craft-so making one to wear to the end of the year party Rocket boy or girl of the day or week!

Glow in the dark paint pretty cool idea.  This was made for a blath but I'm sure you could do it in other situations other than a bath..

Growing A Jeweled Rose: Glowing Homemade Bath Paint! Shaving cream, food coloring, paint brush, and a muffin tin-- and of course, a blacklight!