Sidewalk Popsicle Chalk Paint
You will need:
- ice cube tray
- bowls for mixing
- stirring utensils
- food coloring
- popsicle sticks (Britney also used straws)
- Liquid measuring cup (or something to pour liquid easily in ice cube tray)
Add 2 Tablespoons of cornstarch in a bowl
Then add 2 Tablespoons of water and stir.
Add a few drops of food coloring and stir.
Pour mixture into liquid measuring cup
Pour liquid into ice cube tray
Add popsicle sticks.
I froze for 3 hours and then transferred to plate to play outside and have a blast!!
C had fun painting this brick. I loved that the paint disappeared when I dumped water on it!
C ran and threw a tantrum when we were out of paint. She was not happy!
We had a blast painting with Popsicle Sidewalk chalk! I hope you try it with your kids. They will love it!
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