A new take on an old tradition. Supplies Needed: ~ Natural Earth Children's Paint (we used red and white) ~Marbles (3 or more) ~Construction Paper (We used Valentine colors, but any colors will work.) ~Baking Sheet ~Paper Heart Doilies ~Scissiors ~Pencil ~Glue ~Heart Shaped Hole Punch ~Twine (or any type of string) ~Standard Hole Punch Step 1: Prepare your Natural Earth Paints so...Read More
Nature-based Artist, Michelle Gagliano, incorporates natural earth paints into her organic art making sensibility. The results are stunning!...
Tie dyeing is a classic way to add fun, colorful designs to towels, shirts, and different fabrics as a great Summertime craft. But the conventional tie dye kits contain toxic, petroleum based dyes and chemicals that we'd like to avoid. Let's go back to our ancestral roots and use earth and plant-based ingredients to create the same beautiful results!What you’ll need: 1/4 cup soybeans Water Mason Jar Blender Fabric for straining t...Read More
Puffy paint is a great way to add some texture to your art projects, but conventional puffy paints contain chemicals, preservatives and petroleum based ingredients unsafe for children. Here's how to make non-toxic, natural puffy paint with only 4 simple ingredients!What you'll need: 1 tbsp of self-rising flour1 tbsp of table salt1 tsp of Children's Earth PaintWaterMicrowaveSTEPS1. Add the self-rising flour, salt, paint, and 1 tsp of water...Read More
Making your own natural oil paint is not only super quick, easy and economical but it also makes the most archival, vibrant and pure paint on the planet. Unlike tubed conventional oil paints, these paints don't have fillers (bulking agent), toxic preservatives, heavy metal or petroleum-based pigments, solvents or chemical additives. These paints will last for thousands of years and be 100% lightfast, humidity resistant and won't of...Read More