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Marshmallow Painting

Marshmallow Painting is an easy and fun art project! Great for toddlers and preschool aged kids and uses simple, inexpensive supplies you may have at home!


a childs hand holding two marshmallows with paint on them.


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a child painting with the marshmallows.


Hazel had so much fun painting with marshmallows!

We had some extra marshmallows after buying a few packages on sale, so I decided to have Hazel do some painting with them.

She loved dipping the marshmallows in the paint, mixing colors on the construction paper and also making marshmallow prints all over.

To make it easier for older kiddos, you can place some wooden sticks into the marshmallow like a handle. You can also let them paint with chocolate pudding, making it completely edible.

So simple, so many options and super engaging. Check out the fun books, recipes and other painting ideas below!


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What supplies do you need?


supplies displayed on a dark gray background.



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two marshmallows sitting on painted paper.


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childs hands each holding a marshmallow with paint.


I hope you enjoy this activity as much as our family did!


a childs hand holding a marshmallow.

Marshmallow Painting

Author: Sweet Hazel Honey

materials:

  • construction paper
  • washable paint
  • large marshmallows
  • paint palette

steps:

  1. Lay out the construction paper.
  2. Pour the paint into a paint palette.
  3. Dip the marshmallows into the paint and make some art.
Created using Craft Card Maker


a childs hands holding marshmallows with a title text overlay.


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