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Here's an art activity that's inexpensive, loads of fun to make and produces some impressive results. What’s cool is that the colors stay separate rather than mix. You could squeeze out a puddle of yellow salt paint, then add drops of blue on top and those drops of blue would hold their shape and color and separateness until dried.
--WHAT YOU'LL NEED--
Food coloring or tempera paint
Squeeze bottles (or piping bags if you don't have squeeze bottles)
Whisk together equal parts flour, salt, and water. Then mix in color.
For the color, You can either use food coloring, or a tablespoon or two of tempera paint for the color other times. Both work.
Squeeze the puffy paint onto card stock or heavy paper in any image, design, or abstract marks desired.
Try adding a second color on top of the first. As I said earlier, the colors remain separate and don’t mix, which is an interesting aspect of this art.
Image/activity credit: https://artfulparent.com
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