An easy recipe for edible, washable, and fun finger paint for kids and adults alike.

Kids and especially young kids, love to explore the world through touch and taste. Finger paints were an excellent invention, allowing youngsters to create art, explore colors, and get messy. The problem? Paint can often end up in their mouths as they create and explore. This Instructable is a simple how to for not only edible, but washable finger paint for kids. Kids will love it, and parents/guardians can feel good about it. 

Step 1: Things You'll Need

This recipe is simple, you'll only need the following two ingredients:
  • Plain or Vanilla Yogurt
  • Food Coloring*
And the following materials:
  • Bowls
  • Paper or Wax Paper
  • Spoon
*You can substitute with kool-aid, or natural food colorings/gels.
<p>You eat paint? </p>
<p>Wow ! Amazing...</p>
<p>Cool! That's creative!</p>
<p>I wonder how many colors stores sell?</p>
<p>Why should kids have all the fun? Lol looks like good &quot; body paint &quot;</p>
<p>Butcher paper, which is white and coated with plastic on one side, is perfect for finger painting. It is sold by the roll and is fairly inexpensive.</p>
<p>You could also use baking paper in a pinch - it's coated and comes in a bit of a bigger size than standard paper. Of course it's not as cheap as butcher paper, but I can't get that in my country.</p>
<p>Great idea! Butcher paper would be perfect.</p>
<p>would that not go mouldy as it drys? or over time if pined to the fridge like most kids paintings </p>
<p>Maybe, but kids tend to paint a ton of pictures at one time - they do it more for the feel than the final product. You could keep it on your fridge for a week or two and then hide it away, throwing it away (you'll have to sometime, cruel but true) when they make new paintings.</p>
<p>Awesome idea!Thanks for sharing!</p>
Great idea so I put it on Pinterest under Easter - everything &amp; kids crafts
<p>Awesome, thank you!</p>
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Great idea for my kids!
<p>This looks like so much fun I might make it!</p>
Definitely going to do this when my baby is a few months older!
<p>You can taste the rainbow!</p>
<p>sweet colors, too!</p>