Finger Paint you can eat for kids
How to Make Shimmering Finger Paints
Mix all the ingredients together in a medium pan.(See list of ingredients below.)
Cook over low heat for 10 to 15 minutes.Keep an eye on how the ingredients are heating, to avoid burning.
Keep stirring the finger paint mixture until it is smooth and thick.
- It may seem like the paint will not thicken, but be patient. The paint starts to really thicken up towards the end of cooking time. Do not add any more ingredients; the paint ends up being too thick to use.
After the finger paint has thickened, take the pan off the stove.Let the mixture cool.
Place the paints in containers.After cooling, divide the finger paint into storage containers (the number of containers depends on how many colors you would like). Alternatively, store uncolored finger paint in a large container and put small amounts into compartments of an ice cube tray or plastic egg carton to color and use now.
Add a few drops of food coloring to each container.Just use one drop if you're using an ice cube tray.
Try mixing colors or paints to get different colors.For example, red and blue make purple.
Stir the coloring into the paint to determine the shade of color.
If using, add the desired amount of glitter.
Stir well to get the glitter really mixed in.
Cover tightly to store.
QuestionWhat do I do if my fingers get stained?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerBefore working with the materials, put on non-greasy lotion. You can also wet your hands and dust on some cornstarch. If you forget, a little shampoo will dissolve the skin oil that has soaked up the color. For deep stains, add a few drop of 90% rubbing alcohol with a few drops of shampoo and wash up.Thanks!
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- An old plastic tablecloth is great to put under kids' craft projects.
- You can also add extract to give the paint a nice smell; try mint for green, lemon for yellow, etc.
- This paint is non-toxic as long as you don't add glitter. Glitter paint should be reserved for older children who know not to eat it.
- Add a drop of wintergreen oil to keep the paints from going bad.
- If you make dark colors, your fingers may be stained. Also, make sure to wear a painting apron, smock, or old clothes to protect clothing.
- Glitter can damage the eyes if rubbed in. If your child is too young to understand "don't touch your face with paint on your hands", leave out the glitter.
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