Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Chocolate Pudding Painting


It is nearly Easter!!


CHOCOLATE PUDDING PAINTING
Who doesn't love chocolate? This painting, not only feels fantastic, smells delicious but when you are finished you can lick your fingers. This is the perfect Easter activity for little ones and would be  sensational at and Easter Party.


Mix the pudding according to the packet instructions.


Spoon it out onto a tray.


Begin the chocolate fun!


Cut your paper into any shapes you like. Place the paper on top of the chocolate finger painting to take a print.


Once dry, the finished bunnies and eggs continue to smell fantastic. 

The proof is in the pudding!! (Boom boom)


EASTER BUNNY EARS
Painting with cotton wool and pegs to make bunny ears to wear while we hunt for our Easter eggs. I am also going to paint the children's noses pink.





Happy Easter! See you next Tuesday.
Don't eat too many chocolates... 

9 comments:

  1. Is there such a thing as 'too much chocolate'?! :) Love the chocolate painting idea! Also wanted to invite you to our Easter Basket Showcase link party this Thursday the 28th. I'd love to have some crafty moms like yourselves link up to show off their Easter baskets or any easter decor!

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  2. painting in chocolate, I am surprised it made it to the paper!

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  3. I love the painting with chocolate idea - especially if you've ever seen my youngest with paint. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Super cute ideas! I have done the painting with chocolate before, but never on paper!

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  5. Brave brave woman! The bunny and egg truned out nice... but you are so brave! Thanks for sharing with us. Hope to see you again tomorrow at Eco-Kids Tuesday!!

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  6. These are beautiful (and tasty) paintings! I love using the clothes pins to paint, it's perfect for fine motor development in little hands. Thanks for sharing with us at Share It Saturday :)

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  7. Very Cute..looks like lots of fun!!

    Thanks for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

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  8. In addition to our weekly Monday Kid Corner, this week's theme is MUD. Brush off those archives and link them up at thejennyevolution.com. See you there! Jennifer

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