Sunday, September 18, 2016

The Bathroom Painter! (Practical Mondays #28)


Our glass window had been a canvas for my little boy, we used paints, dry erase markers and even shaving cream. And now we’ve moved to the bathroom tiles- which BTW is a MUCH BETTER option as cleaning it is so easy that it is done by by son himself (I think he enjoys cleaning more than the painting itself)


The only problem is taking pictures inside a steamy bath. Here are the only few shots I’ve taken without my lens fogging up!


{Update: The paints we use are normal tempera paints! Just dip the brushes directly into the tiny bottles and use!}


{Tip: Do not water down paints, as they will drip as soon as they touch the tiles and make blurry pictures (duh!)}

Practical Mom: Keep Kids Busy with Paints in the Bath! Creative + Non messy Activity!
Reggio Emilia Style Invitation to Play: What a treat this was!


Practical Mom: Keep Kids Busy with Paints in the Bath! Creative + Non messy Activity!

Practical Mom: Keep Kids Busy with Paints in the Bath! Creative + Non messy Activity!

Practical Mom: Keep Kids Busy with Paints in the Bath! Creative + Non messy Activity!




Practical Mom: Keep Kids Busy with Paints in the Bath! Creative + Non messy Activity!
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16 comments:

  1. So many good memories of bath tub masterpieces!

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    1. yes! Except they're all wiped clean almost immediately ;)

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  2. Awe, love bathroom paint! We haven't made any in a long while. I'll have to rectify that!

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  3. I have all sorts of whiteboards around the house from my classroom days, but your idea to use dry erase markers on glass is genius! And you do it on the tile bathroom walls, too? Have a great week!

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    1. We used to love dry markers on glass, esp when he was 2 years old ! These days we use them only on white boards though!

      (I use them on a magnetic menu plan board on the fridge! Plan the week's menu ahead so i have to 'apply my mind' only once a week- and all the veggies get used!)

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  4. I didn't know this was a thing! My daughter is more of a get in, get out kind of bather! #bigpinklink

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    1. wow! my sons always been a lingered- best play time ever. just leave him in the bathroom!

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  5. My son loves painting I the shower it's the safest place at 13 months!! #bigpinklink

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    1. yes! as long as you keep the paints on a higher shelf soon after!

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  6. I have never heard of bathroom paint! Where do you get it from? #bigpinklink

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  7. Oh this is such a fun idea, definitely think I'll be giving it a go with my paint loving toddler! Thank you for sharing with #bigpinklink x

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  8. Super idea, I would be interested to know what paints you used? Thank you for sharing with the #DreamTeam x

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