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We love trying out our own sensory paint over here. Pudding paint, flour paint, sand paint… So why not try scented glitter paint. This is so easy and all you need are 3 ingredients to make this fun sensory paint. I bet you have everything you need right there at your house.
3 Ingredient Scented Glitter Sensory Paint
We mixed it up when we made it and had 2 different textures but either way you make the paint, its only 3 ingredients. I started out to make the soap paint we have used in the tub before but we only had enough white soap to make 2 colors. Yes, this will sound terrible, but I had a bottle of conditioner in my kitchen sink from another activity we did that week. So, I grabbed the conditioner to finish out the paints. I actually loved the conditioner texture more than the soap.
Supplies/What I used:
white conditioner(white soap for 2 colors)
The scent came from the soap and conditioner. One was Dawn body wash and the other was Gillette hair conditioner for men. They both smelled great and after the boys played in the paint they smelled great too.
What I did:
I filled the muffin tins with the conditioner and then dropped in food coloring. I mixed it with a plastic fork. Then I sprinkled the top with glitter.
Now we had fun Glitter Scented Paint to use in our sensory art activity click here to see what we did!!
Note: no we did not paint on paper with these paints. Painting on paper is always fun but we like to mix it up when we can. Link above will take you to see just what we did. However, because I am a nice gal I whipped a bowl of these paints up just to use on a piece of paper to answer all you nice people.
Here is your answer, yes they will work with paper.
As always we hope you and your kids can enjoy this too.
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