I had a great Monday and Tuesday this week!! It's so fun when a week starts off like this one. I went to Griffin, Georgia to participate as a presenter at a preschool teachers training hosted by First Baptist of Griffin and Georgia Preschool Association ( remember my GPA a few posts back ??)! We had so much fun!! Lots of dedicated teachers of young children, a wonderful venue and hostess ( Thank you Ms. Diane), great presenters, a fun evening out with these ladies and I must mention the truly Southern lunch they served every single lady at the conference - gotta love homemade chicken salad, pimiento cheese finger sandwiches, broccoli salad, fesh fruit, cookies and tea served by delightful ladies in the church kitchen.
You are wondering what this has to do with Puff?? One of the tips I offered up was this fun, fun "Puff Paint." I promised the ladies I'd get serious about posting the things I had at the conference. I have made this Puff Paint since College Girl was little so I cannot definitely say where the recipe came from but if I had to guess I'd say probably Family Fun a long time ago. It is so easy, so inexpensive and so much fun.
In a bowl mix equal parts of flour, salt and water. Then you simply add a squirt of washable liquid tempera paint. That's it. Whisk together so it's smooth and fill a squeeze bottle. They are 89 cents at my Wal Mart and on a good week I can find 2 packs at the dollar store. You want the clear kind so you can see what color is in each one.