Painting with Crayola color bubbles


C loves to paint, and she loves bubbles, doesn’t every child? Someone once bought her the crayola color bubbles and we found out the hard way that they can stay surfaces, so using them inside was a definite no, however if they stained, they could make great paint right? We decided to test the theory and I bought a canvas brought it outside and told C to blow bubbles onto the canvas, she went a little overboard and we ended up not having circles after she decided to stand the canvas up and blow bubbles on it that way, but it still ended up being a fun activity and a pretty canvas to hang on the wall.

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10 responses »

  1. that is so cute and creative that i will have to try that out with my grand kids sound like great outdoor fun

  2. I love that you painted with them! We got these for the first time a few weeks ago, and the kids loved the colored bubbles–we’ll have to try painting next! Thanks for sharing at Teach Me Tuesday at Preschool Powol Packets!

  3. Looks like a great activity for the kids. I’m surprised that Crayola would make such a thing that stains especially knowing that its for kids. Well you sure warned me away from this product. πŸ™‚

    • It was fun, and yes they stain, although the bottle says they are washable I had a spot on her shirt, and on my counter that I could not get off, the counter I eventually got to come out with mr clean erasers, but the shirt never came out, and I tried many stain removers

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