I have been a fan of Moroccan candle holders and have wanted to try making them for a while now. I could use the store bought puffy paint but where is the fun in that? I decided to try out homemade puffy paint and I love how easy it was! Check out my little moroccan votives!
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Materials to make Homemade puffy paint –
- Shaving Cream
- White glue
- All purpose flour
- Food coloring or craft paint (I used burgundy craft paint)
The recipe I used for DIY puffy paint is
- ¾ cup shaving cream
- ¼ cup white glue
- ¼ cup all purpose flour.
I got this recipe for the best DIY puffy paint from The Artful Parent but instead of food coloring, I used craft paint. I started out with food coloring and quickly realized that red is actually going to give pink and the only way to get red is to add a LOT of food coloring or I could use craft paint! So I used the burgundy craft paint and it turned out perfect!
How to make Moroccan votives with DIY puffy paint & Hefty® slider bags –
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