After using water color for some time, I needed to do something different for our art class at home. Homeschooling can make a mother smarter because she has to find ideas to do at home with the kids. I bumped into the puffy paint idea in Pinterest and it’s pretty simple.
Elmers glue, shaving cream, food coloring, paint brushes, plastic containers and paper.
We mix the glue and the shaving cream in similar proportions in a plastic container. Then move into smaller containers to make different colours with the food coloring.
Once the colours are mixed, it’s time to do some imaginative works! I’m teaching my kids to have some fun by putting texture on their painting. Joshua decided to do a butterfly, while Anna and I did some flowers!
To dry this puffy painting will take 24 hours. So don’t be in a rush! We had so much fun in painting and in cleaning up the containers and brushes!
This activity is worth trying at home. Both my 4 year old and 2 year old had a blast!