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|How to Make: Puffy Paint
|Making your own homeschool craft resources not only saves you money, it can be a learning experience
as well! Children love the hands on experience that comes with each of these different recipes and enjoy
learning about the different ingredients of some of the familiar products they use everyday.
Decide how much paint you want to
Put your glue and your shaving
cream into your mixing container
and mix it up!
Be sure and get the glue and
shaving cream equally whipped up
Use an equal amount of Shaving
Cream, so for us 1/4 Cup as well.
We used white texture paint to make
the snow in our Polar Bear Painting!
Your Puffy Paint is ready to use!
White makes a good color for
snow, or add in different colors with
|Puffy paint is another kind of texture paint that is useful for Dioramas and Expressive Art. This paint
dries with a soft, raised texture similar to the puff paint you can purchase in the store. Consider adding
in food coloring or even a pinch of tempura paint to change the color....just be careful with clothing!
For our project we will be using 1/4