We love painting in the bathtub around here, and today, we tried a different twist with Eucalyptus Bath Paint that helped with my daughter’s cold while she had fun painting!
(E was 3 years old.)
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To make Eucalyptus Bath Paint, you’ll need:
At first, I was just going to add glitter because the bubble bath is already green and I didn’t think it was easy to cover it. But when I remembered how intense liquid watercolors are, I gave colored eucalyptus bath paint a shot – and it worked out great!
I made the paint in a cupcake box and was happy to find that it actually floats.
E thought the whole thing was pretty cool
but for some reason preferred to have the paint sit on the toilet lid.
The colored paint was nice and intense
and the glitter looked pretty cool as well.
And you can actually use it to paint on top of the bubbles!
E really liked that and wrote her own “E” 🙂
If you’d like to find out more about all the bathtub painting fun we’ve had, and for a few different recipes, check out these posts:
Do your kids enjoy bath paint? Do you make your own? Let me know in the comments, and feel free to leave a link if you’ve written about it!
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