|by Vicki Lansky|
It's been 20 years since Vicki Lansky's cookbook first hit the New York Times bestseller list.
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Mix together all ... hands until smooth. Mix to smooth consistency. Cook until clean and pudding thickness. Add poster paint or other coloring while warm.
Combine cornstarch and ... multiplied. In preparation finger painting sets, it ... sets. For white, mix in white tempera powder. Use glazed shelf paper.
Mix equal parts. Add temperature or food coloring. You can make 6 separate colors and put them in a muffin tin.
Mix all ingredients together. Wet butcher or shelf paper. Put paint in shake mate to shake out paint.
Mix cornstarch with ... extend life of paint, add 1 ... glycerine to mixture to retard drying process. Large paper bags work well for painting on. Have fun.
Stir until smooth and cook until thickens. Put in a squirt of Dawn or Palmolive dish washing soap. Divide, color with food coloring. Store in covered ...
Mix laundry starch ... for a smoother paint. Let mixture cool a bit. Stir in soap flakes. Let cool. Store in screw top jars. Add poster paint as needed.
Dilute starch in ... adding of soap flakes to the paint acts as a binder. This recipe can be used to finger paint on glass or over a heavy coat of crayons.
Put pudding mix ... pudding is at desired consistency. Place a small amount of paper and "finger paint" a picture. Clean up is easy - finger lickin' good!
Cook until clear. You may add 30 drops oil of cloves as a preservative if you want. For the finger paint, double the cornstarch and half the water.
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