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No childhood is complete without some good, old-fashioned, messy, squishy, colourful finger painting!

And with school season just beginning, I thought it was a great time to share some wonderful finger painting ideas with you.

Trust me, the paint will wash away in no time (well, perhaps a little time) but the memories will stay forever!

Ready to let them get messy?

And because I can see a few of the cringes all the way over here I have a few suggestions for making this LESS messy:

Use a plastic table cloth from the dollarstore underneath your painting (or better yet take the project outside).

Add some dishsoap to the paint – this makes it wash off very easily.

Have a big towel and some wash cloths handy.

And finally wine. A glass of wine or two and the mess really won’t feel like a big deal! ; )

Now let’s get to the finger painting ideas for kids!

These little soccer players are ready to play! Colour them, cut them out and slide them on to your fingers. Find a friend to play with and see who can score the first goooooooooooooal!

You Will Need:

cardstock or thin cardboard (I used a granola bar box)
markers or pencil crayons
ping pong ball, cotton ball, toy soccer ball or another round object to use as a soccer ball
paper or styrofoam bowl (optional)
masking tape (optional)

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