Frozen-inspired Painting

Frozen-inspired painting



 

Brrrrrr…it’s cold outside! Little Brother and I spent our first frosty morning of the season with this Frozen-inspired painting activity. I absolutely love using corn syrup as paint because it dries shiny (we have made a fishbowl inspired by One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish and a rainbow using corn syrup as well). This time we added glitter for a whole new sparkly effect!

 

Here’s what you’ll need:  a paintbrush, washi tape, a piece of cardstock, corn syrup, food coloring and glitter!

 

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 1. Mix the corn syrup with a few drops of food coloring and some glitter for your “paint”.

 

 

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2. Place the washi tape on the piece of cardstock to make your child’s name (or another design).

 

 

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3. Paint all over with the corn syrup paint! (FYI:  If the corn syrup is super-thick, it will take quite a while to dry…so encourage your little one to spread it on pretty thin!)

 

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 4. Let it dry completely and then remove the tape!

 

 

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 It glitters and shines in the light!

 

 

 

Check out more cold-weather activities here! 

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