If you are looking for something fun to do with the kids this Puffy Sidewalk Paint is a TON of fun! Plus for those who aren’t fans of mess, you are in luck because all of the mess with this puffy sidewalk paint is kept outside!
This puffy sidewalk paint, is a fun spin on the traditional coloring with side walk chalk that kids love, but even more fun! Plus you probably have all of the ingredients to make sidewalk paint already in your pantry!
My kids had a blast creating splatter art pieces on the sidewalks with this sidewalk chalk.The fun thing about this sidewalk chalk paint is that when the kids squirt it to draw with it, it stays puffy. Kids can easily draw or write with this liquid chalk paint and it looks so cool on the sidewalk or driveway!
It is really simple to make this homemade sidewalk chalk in any color that you want it to be!
When making homemade sidewalk paint you can use food coloring or washable paint. If you are going to let it dry after the kids are done painting with sidewalk chalk, then I suggest using the washable paint as it is easier to clean then using food coloring. If you are going to wash it soon after having the kids color with it then use the food coloring.
How to Make Sidewalk Chalk Paint
Follow the steps to make sidewalk paint below, this recipe will make enough puffy paint for 1 bottle. If you want to have more then one bottle and color of sidewalk paint, then just double or triple the recipe and then split it into the bottles before adding the colors.
Supplies for Puffy Sidewalk Paint
- 16 oz squeezable bottles
- large mixing bowl
- rubber spatula
Ingredients for Sidewalk Chalk Paint
Steps to Make Sidewalk Chalk Paint
- In a large mixing bowl stir together the flour and water until there are no lumps.
- Stir in the dish soap to the flour mixture.
- Add food coloring until the desired color is achieved.
- Pour the mixture into your squeeze bottle.
- Give the kids their new sidewalk paint and let them have fun!
To clean sidewalk paint off your driveway or sidewalk, just grab the garden hose and spray they artwork off.
Once you make this fun sidewalk chalk, you won’t want to buy the store bought sidewalk chalk again! This homemade sidewalk paint is so much more fun to play with then the traditional sidewalk chalk!
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