How to Make Puffy Paint to Use in the Classroom or Art Class

Are you wondering how to make paint? This blog post from the Clutter-Free Classroom shows you how to add a fun art supply to your classroom projects.

I honestly don't know what I'm more impressed with...the idea of making my own puffy paint or the brilliance of putting the paint into squeeze bottles. This looks amazing on black paper and I love the idea of adding in some glitter.

Puffy Paint

1 c. salt
1 c. flour
1 c. water
a healthy squirt of food coloring or tempera paint.

Put in squeeze bottles

Are you wondering how to make paint? This blog post from the Clutter-Free Classroom shows you how to add a fun art supply to your classroom projects.




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