Finger Paint Recipes (Even An Edible One)

Finger painting is something that my kids have always enjoyed. However, just like my play-doh post,finger paints don't last very long in a house with 3 kids. Colors get mixed and you'd be surprised how fast they run out. I've been looking for recipes that are easy to put together. I love the idea of homemade things, especially when it comes to my children, because I know exactly what goes in it. My youngest son will truly attempt to eat ANYTHING and EVERYTHING and at least with homemade finger paints I know there aren't any hidden toxins. Please enjoy these recipes. I hope you find them useful and feel free to pin them to Pinterest!

INGREDIENTS

2 Cups Flour

2 Cups cold water

Food Coloring

DIRECTIONS

~ Put cold water in a bowl

~ Slowly add flour while stirring

~ Divide into smaller bowls and add food coloring

INGREDIENTS

2 tablespoons sugar

1/3 cup of cornstarch

2 cups cold water

1/4 cup clear liquid dish soap

food coloring

DIRECTIONS

~ Mix together sugar and corn starch in a small pan

~ Slowly add cold water

~ Cook over low heat, stirring until mixtures becomes a smooth, almost clear gel (about 5 minutes)

~ When cool, stir in clear dishwashing liquid

~ Pour into smaller containers and add food coloring

INGREDIENTS

1 cup flour

1 cup water

1 cup clear dish soap

food coloring

DIRECTIONS

~ Mix all items until smooth

~ Pour into smaller containers and add food coloring

COMPLETELY EDIBLE!

INGREDIENTS

1 14oz can of sweetened condensed milk

4 tablespoons of cornstarch (you can use anywhere between 2 and 4 tbsp of cornstarch depending on how thick you want your paint to be)

1 packet of flavored drink mix (Kool-aid)

DIRECTIONS

~ Add condensed milk to a medium sauce pan

~ Stir in Cornstarch

~ Cook on medium-low heat until well combined

~ Add flavored drink mix and stir well (for different colors, use different flavors!)

~ Remove from heat and let cool

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