Almost everyday we’ve been doing arts, painting to be specific. My daughter loves to paint, but we only use watercolor and finger paint, because they are washable and easy to clean after the activity. This quarter in art lesson, we are into painting. We are using the Sunshine book that is provided from the CFA.
But since we ran out of paint materials, I looked in the internet for DIY finger paint. I found this useful page on how to do it and modified it. I only use four ingredients; flour, food colors, salt and water. I followed the cooking direction.
Here are the results:
Print Making. We use a cloth and okra.
I love the results especially the colors! I used the food coloring that has “bright color” label on it. The paint lasts for only one week, but maybe longer if you put it in the refrigerator. This recipe is really great and economically wise.
“If you are feeling blue, try painting yourself a different color.”