Baby Safe Paints DIY

I wanted to start doing more creative things with Baby Boo throughout each week, 
so last week we decided to do some painting!
She has never done painting before, and was so excited!
Actually allowed to dip her hands in things and wipe it everywhere! Haha.

I know you can buy Baby Safe paints, or washable poster paints, 
but I decided there must be an easier way to make my own, and there is!

So I bring you..

You will need;
* 1/2 Cup Cornflour (cornstarch)
* A few drops of various food colouring
* 2 Cups Hot Water
* 2 Tbs Sugar

1. Mix the cornflour, gradually adding the water.
2. Once they are mixed well, and the mixture isn't floury, 
stir in the sugar until it dissolves.
3. I recommend sharing the mixture between different pots, 
and adding the colouring to each one. 
You really only need 1 or 2 drops.

Have Fun!
We did. :)

Let me know if you try it :)


Ellie Caldwell said...

Oh this sounds like a good recipe for paint, I want to paint more with my toddler and want something safe for her to use.

Ellie @ havingababyandlivingathome

Weronika said...

We made paints like this before but used them for painting in the bath! Such fun!

amy cooper said...

thanks for sharing - great idea we made paints before for lottie just using plain yogurts and a few drops of food colouring really effective! thanks for linking up to #sundaystars

Sarah Bear =] said...

Painting in the bath sounds like a fun idea!

And the yogurt recipe sounds good too!