hello laundry starch!

After canceling classes and hunkering inside for a few days due to a “blizzard” (or at least it was predicted to be one) recently, we were thinking about art and craft projects that are perfect for a snow day. Our Director of Fine Arts Viviana pointed us in the direction of an interesting free download.

It’s put out by the company that makes Linit, the liquid laundry starch we use when making goop.linit_bottle

The only other necessary ingredient for goop is white glue (though we use liquid watercolor paints for fun colors too). Goop is always popular in our studios.

nj art class and party childrens art studio njChock full of activities for both adults and kids, this recipe book is a great resource to keep in mind for your next snow day.

(And don’t worry about the $2 price on the website – it is a free download)

http://consumerproducts.malcopro.com/images/MediaGallery/Linit_Starch_N_Crafts_Book_small.pdf

We are eying the marbling project, and found the fabric walls idea intriguing. We’ll post back with our project results – let us know if you make anything!

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Author: hellokidsart

The Messy Artist is a special place to create art. We offer year-round art classes for children 18 months through adulthood. In addition to art classes from September through June, we offer summer art camp and Drop-In and Play art activities for kids between our regular sessions. Our bright, colorful studio is also the perfect place for a kid’s birthday party! The Messy Artist children’s art center was created and designed by Owner/Director Donna Bernstein, a professional educator and artist. The curriculum is inspired and guided by Donna’s teaching experience and research in child development, as well as her passion for art. At The Messy Artist, art lessons for kids entertain and enrich their brains, bodies, and hearts.

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