Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Toothbrush Painting - Recycle Your Old Brushes


Rather than using your old toothbrushes for yucky cleaning jobs why not give them a fun new creative job. Toothbrush painting is as easy as painting with a paint brush. Clean up your old toothbrushes with disinfectant or Milton and instead of using a paintbrush to paint, use a toothbrush : ) They will give a completely different effect to your child's painting and you're recycling at the same time. You can use toothbushes with acrylic, water based,
Cel Mix paint (from an art supplier) or any paint you like really.

4 comments:

Mahmood said...

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Bec said...

Erin's still in the "putting every toothbrush in her mouth" phase. It doesn't matter if that toothbrush has been used to clean the grout or something even less desirable lol

Busy Brissy Mum said...

He he he...I guess you'll have to leave toothbrush painting for a while.

Narelle Nettelbeck said...

we did this activity this morning! my mr 3 brushed his teeth but luckily BEFORE he'd dipped the brush into the paint!!

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