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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--FlourSaltWaterFood coloring or tempera paintSqueeze bottles (or piping bags if you don't have squeeze bottles) --STEP 1--Whisk together equal parts flour, salt, and water. Then mix in color.--STEP 2--For the color, You can either use food coloring, or a tablespoon or two of tempera paint for the color other times. Both work.--STEP 3--Squeeze the puffy paint onto card stock or heavy paper in any image, design, or abstract marks desired.--STEP 4--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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