Sunday, September 29, 2013

Homemade Fall Finger Paints Craft - Scented, Edible & Safe - Vanilla, Cinnamon, Brown Sugar

Fall is in full swing at our house! Between decorating, baking, and crafts we are trying to keep busy with Fall activities - even though it feels like Summer outside! 

Our Fall Front Door Decor

Yesterday we had a lazy afternoon and Little J seemed to be in the mood for a fun activity. So, I whipped up quick and easy finger paints that were also safe incase he decided to eat them...which inevitably, like most things these days, he did. 

I drew a tree on the paper he was painting on to try to attempt to have him make a Fall tree...which wasn't such a success, but he had a fun time painting nevertheless :)

Recipe for the paint: 

Brown Sugar
Equal parts of flour, brown sugar, and cream of tartar
sprinkle in a little bit of nutmeg 
a few drops of red food coloring
add water to desired consistency

Equal parts of flour and cream of tartar
a few drops of red food and yellow coloring
sprinkle in approx.1tsp cinnamon 

add water to desired consistency

Equal parts of flour and cream of tartar 
a few drops of yellow food coloring
add in a few drops of vanilla extract
add water to desired consistency


As always thanks for reading! :)

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1 comment:

  1. I love this project. You can never run out of ideas to keep the kids engaged and I like doing crafts with them to keep everyone busy. Thanks for this craft idea.


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