Puff Paint Blob Monster: 1. On the thin card draw a monster shape. 2. Cut out  monster shape 3. Mix your puff paint by adding 3/4 cup of shaving cream with 1/4 cup of white glue and one small drop of food colouring  4. Slop on the puff paint and mix it around with your hands. The thicker your apply it the puffy it is when dry 5. Add wiggly eyes 6. Leave flat to dry

Puff Paint Blob Monster: 1. On the thin card draw a monster shape. 2. Cut out monster shape 3. Mix your puff paint by adding 3/4 cup of shaving cream with 1/4 cup of white glue and one small drop of food colouring 4. Slop on the puff paint and mix it around with your hands. The thicker your apply it the puffy it is when dry 5. Add wiggly eyes 6. Leave flat to dry

Puffy Paint Clouds I would use this for a weather unit. The children would love how the paint has a fluffy look , when it dries.

Puffy Paint Clouds I would use this for a weather unit. The children would love how the paint has a fluffy look , when it dries.

Chocolate Chip Cookie made with puffy paint (= parts shaving cream & white school glue) ("If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" activity idea)

Chocolate Chip Cookie made with puffy paint (= parts shaving cream & white school glue) ("If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" activity idea)

The Snowy Day / Black History Month preschool artwork. Equal parts glue and shaving cream to make puff paint - got the idea from another pinner. The kid projects look as good as my sample!

The Snowy Day / Black History Month preschool artwork. Equal parts glue and shaving cream to make puff paint - got the idea from another pinner. The kid projects look as good as my sample!

Jack O Lantern Baby Girl Tutu Bodysuit And Leg Warmer Set- Halloween Pumpkin Costume - Sizes Newborn - 18 Months

I used black food coloring to dye the bath water.  The dye did not stain the bath or skin. Then I made ghosts coming out of the water using shaving cream.        I cut round shapes out of craft foam to use for the eyes and mouth.      Aren't these just too cute?    I also made large ghosts out of craft foam so that the girls could decorate ghost faces in the bath.

I used black food coloring to dye the bath water. The dye did not stain the bath or skin. Then I made ghosts coming out of the water using shaving cream. I cut round shapes out of craft foam to use for the eyes and mouth. Aren't these just too cute? I also made large ghosts out of craft foam so that the girls could decorate ghost faces in the bath.

Messy Monster Craft | No Time For Flash Cards - Play and Learning Activities For Babies, Toddlers and Kids

Messy Monster Craft | No Time For Flash Cards - Play and Learning Activities For Babies, Toddlers and Kids

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