Skip to main content

Day 13: Hands on Play- Sticky Art

Day 13: Sticky Art
This is an open-ended creative play challenge, involving just one key element- stickiness!

My daughter had a ball with some frosting painting and gluing.  I made frosting (just powder sugar and milk with a drop of food coloring for color) and she got to paint with it and then stick lots of fun random embellishments on to create a masterpiece.  

Titus watching his sister and eating and playing too!

Yep, she got in as many tastes as she could. 

 We also used ribbon, guitar picks, felt stars, cut up paper, and a wrapper from her pop tart (breakfast)! 

She created 3 cool!

Titus was in his high chair and he got to "paint" with his baby food.  A little peas and some beef n gravy and he was having a good time. 

Play a little, eat a little!

I am still cleaning up but it is all worth it.  The kids are all bathed and cleaned and taking a nap.  Now it is of to mop the kitchen floors...they needed it before we started so I figured lets go ahead and get messy and sticky!  


Unknown said…
haha I love it! what a fun twist to use frosting! I love that little man had his own creative experience too. :-)
Crystal Mendez said…
Awesome great idea love it love the pics

Popular posts from this blog

Top Tips for Moms Taking Online Degrees

  Online degrees can often be the best option for moms who want to get back into education due to their flexibility and the wide range of subjects that there are available for them to study. However, online degrees are not always plain sailing, and to make sure that you can get the grade that you deserve, read on for some top tips for moms interested in taking online degrees.  Choose the Right Degree Choosing the right online degree is vital to your success. Picking a subject that you are passionate about and that you have a natural talent for will ensure that you can breeze through your course and ensure that you have the motivation to continue even when you do struggle. If you are looking for an online degree that is perfect for moms, a Bank Street Early Childhood Leadership certificate can help you to advance your career in teaching, build upon your previous qualifications, and allow you to get a career that can be easily juggled with the commitments of parenting.  Balance Family a

Liquid Chalk spray! Chalk Idea #7

Last week we tried out the fizzing sidewalk chalk- click here to read that review. This week it is liquid chalk spray.  They are a bit similar but yet different.  Here is how to make it: Supplies: 1 tsp. washable tempura paint 1 cup of hot water 1/2 cup of cornstarch squirt of dishwashing liquid 1 squirt bottle- I found them at the dollar store 1.  Add cornstarch to one cup of hot water whisking to mix so that there are no clumps. 2.  Add one teaspoon of washable tempura paint and a quirt of dishwashing liquid.  Mix well. 3.  Pour it into your squirt bottles and shake well. 4.  Go have fun!!!   This kept my daughters attention much longer the the fizzy chalk last week.  I also think this was easier to work with and just more fun in general.  I love seeing the chalk wet but then to see it dry.  I think it dried darker so it was fun to see the changes.  :)  Ready, Set, Go!  Have some fun! She is my little model... she kept saying "take my picture mom." She is like her

Sensory, Easter Bath

What little girl or boy would not enjoy this sensory experience in the bath tub?  :)  Put your Easter eggs in along with the fake grass and have some fun!  You can do an egg search and cover with the grass too!  I think this is a new tradition in our house!