Wax Paper Painting!

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Wax paper…

We all have roll of it in our cupboard/drawer.
We only use it for a couple of things.
This week, #ThinkOutsideTheToyBox with us and find new uses for that wax paper.
We had a blast Wax Paper Painting!
 
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Wax Paper Painting is a fantastic indoor activity. I promotes fine motor skills and can also be used as a learning experience. You can easily use Wax Paper Painting to teach colors, shapes, letters, handwriting and more!
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We used:
  • Puffy Paint
  • Wax Paper
  • Glitter Glue
  • Free Printables
  • Scotch Tape (not pictured)
To start, we taped down the piece of wax paper over what the kids wanted to trace.
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Then we went to work.
The kids and the hubby traced, while I had some fun free-handing.
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One of the coolest things about Wax Paper Painting is that you can peel it off of the wax paper and it will stick to glass surfaces! Just make sure that it is completely dry. Give it at least 24 hours before attempting to peel it off.
As you can see, we had a bit of fun with the clings!
 
So next time you are trying to figure out how to entertain your kids, #ThinkOutsideTheToyBox and try:
 
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63 thoughts on “Wax Paper Painting!”

  1. Oh this is so cool! I love the idea of making them into window clings 🙂 It would be so easy to make window decorations for any holiday with this!

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  2. I had NO idea you could make your own window clings using wax paper. COOL!! My kids are at camp until this weekend, but when they get back we are DOING THIS! SO much fun and so cool!!! –Lisa

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  3. I could not find a search, I was going to see if you homeschool, with all your cute ideas you surely could. Thanks for sharing this week at Mondays Reflections!!!

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  4. Great idea! I'm sure my 3 year old would love this! Looks like it's time to head to the store! Happy Monday!

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  5. I am not sure how you do it, but each week I love your ideas more then the last. Thank you so much for sharing and hoping to try this fun activity with my own girls soon 🙂

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  6. That is soooo COOL! my kids would love it. I am going to let them do this.

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  7. Love it!! Those mustache pics are great!! I think Owen would love this project! Great idea!!

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  8. Very clever! Like this idea a bunch! Pinning to my Children board:-)

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  9. I love this idea! My son would have a blast doing this!

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  10. SO SMART AND CLEVER!!!! I love that it sticks to glass, oh I am going to do this and NOT tell my husband and let him think I'm a complete idiot that would paint on glass! OMG LOL PERFECT!

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  11. YAY! Thanks Janine! I am so glad that you like the ideas and I hope you try them with the girls!

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  12. It's so cool! I am already thinking about holiday themes!

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  13. It is such a blast! My 8 year old thought it was so much fun!

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  14. This looks like so much fun. I see you and your husband enjoyed it too. 😉

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  15. Great idea! We have wax paper that we bought for…something? I don't remember what and I haven't used it since. haha At least we don't have to just throw it away 🙂

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  16. Great idea. The kids would have a lot of fun with this one!

    Thanks for linking up to Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning.

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  17. It is such an awesome skill builder and so much fun! I wish I actually looked good with a mustache, LOL!

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  18. Right?! We have had some in our cabinet forever too! Not anymore!

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  19. That is a GREAT idea that I am implementing soon! I love it !

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  20. Cool idea! Thank you for sharing!

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  21. Awesome, fun, and cool! I love the 'stache!

    Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the SHINE Blog Hop).

    Wishing you a lovely weekend.
    xoxo

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  22. Oh wow! Thank you so much Tammy! I am so honored to be featured and I hope you have fun trying Wax Paper Painting with your girls!

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  23. I will have to try this with my girls! I am featuring this post tomorrow on Creative K Kids' Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. Thanks for linking up last week!

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  24. I love this! I think we will have to do this. Pinned. Thanks for being a part of our party. We love having you! We hope to see you tonight at 7 pm. and let us see what you have been working on! http://loulougirls.blogspot.com
    Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls

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  25. This is one of the coolest things I've seen in a while! I pinned, shared and featured you on my fb page. Thanks for linking up at Wonderful Wed Blog Hop. Carrie, A Mother's Shadow

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  26. I love puffy paint! I need to stock up on it for beautiful crafts such as this!

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  27. Thanks Kimberly! I hope you to try it! It was so much fun! Of course, I will be coming to link up! Wouldn't miss it!

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  28. Thank you so much! I appreciate the shares! I am so glad that you found it and liked it!

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  29. What a great idea! Can i come over and do this – why should the kids get to have all the fun, right? 🙂 Thank you for sharing at Thank Goodness It's Thursday, Echo.

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  30. What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing at On Display Thursday.
    -Leia @ Eat It & Say Yum

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  31. This is totally awesome. I wanna do this with my kids. Thanks so much for sharing, Echo!

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  32. I had so much fun doing it, LOL! I did it long after the kids were done! 😉

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  33. Fantastic idea! Thanks for linking up last week to Friday Favorites, hope to see you this week too!

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