We Love Bath Paints

Have you ever used bath paints to keep your kids entertained for a little while?

I recently found a few simple recipes and have been working my way through a new one each week.
(Nifty trick: The silicone muffin tray floats in the water!)

They are such a great way to keep Reli busy while Ant and I finish our dinner, or those last 10 min of a movie.
(Don’t worry! Our bathroom is right off the living room, and I can still keep an eye on her while she’s in the tub.)

Then when she’d done we just rinse off the walls, and I won’t even have to clean the tub this week!
(The brown water does look a little funky though doesn’t it ; )
Here are links for a few of the different ones we’ve tried…
Maybe next we’ll try making these Soap Crayons with the leftovers from our Christmas gift soaps
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8 thoughts on “We Love Bath Paints

  1. How did you like the bubble bath paint? I made it last week and we weren't impressed…there was no visible color once it was painted on the walls of the bath. I guess I didn't get enough food color? But in the bowl it was really brightly colored! I'll be trying those other recipes you posted…they look promising! 🙂

  2. We have tried these in the past but have dark brown granite shower walls and it didn't show up so much. Still, I LOVE the idea and I have pinned this. What a great way to keep kids busy. I am a new follower visiting from Ladybird Ln. Vicky from Mess For Less

  3. Can I just say DARLING! I love this idea!!! I'm so excited you shared this at my Wednesday party! I'm thrilled to be your newest follower!!! I hope you'll visit again soon and return the "love" if you haven't already!!! Your blog is so incredibly cute…I totally have to visit often so I can continue being inspired by you!!!

    XO, Aimee
    Your Bloggy Friend

    PS Just checking to make sure you entered my $50 stencil giveaway!!! 🙂

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