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Washable Fingerpaint, Secondary Colors, 3 Count

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Let toddlers and kids explore color with the 3 Washable Finger Paints in this Fingerpaint Kit. The Secondary Colors, including Purple, Green, and Orange, are bright hues that lend themselves to some real handiwork! Swirl, spread, and so much more—the Kids’ Finger Paints open up a world of creativity.

  • Recommended
    for ages 3 years and up

WASHABLE PAINT FOR KIDS: Features 3 (8oz) bottles of Washable Crayola Finger Paint in Purple, Green, and Orange.

HANDS ON FUN: Clean, vibrant colors feature a creamy consistency that resists splashing and encourages a sensory experience. Recommended for early childhood art experiences.

EASY CLEAN UP: Use soap and water to easily remove Crayola Washable Paints from skin and most washable clothing (not for use as body/face paint).

SCHOOL & ART SUPPLIES: This kids paint is ideal for school art projects, DIY projects at home, and everyday arts and crafts.

SAFE AND NONTOXIC: Crayola paints use nontoxic formulas making them perfect for both adults and kids.

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Does this product contain gluten? Does it contain latex? I have 2 students who requested we find out.

Asked by: MsBrianna
Denny has good news for you! Gluten and latex are not added to Crayola Washable Fingerpaint. It is possible that latex gloves may have been worn during the manufacture and distribution of raw materials, components, or finished goods. Also, multiple Crayola products are produced in the same manufacturing facilities and on the same machinery. Some Crayola products do contain gluten, and although small, there may be a chance of cross-contamination. The machinery used to manufacture Crayola products is cleaned between production runs in a manner that meets or exceeds all regulations. Hope this helps!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2022-08-21

Can the finger paint be used on wooden surfaces??

Asked by: Glenda5137
What a colorful question! For best results, I'd suggest saving Fingerpaints for your paper creations, and instead use an acrylic paint for your wood creations. This way, your masterpieces will stay bold and vibrant! Happy creating :)
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2022-03-04

Is this Washable Fingerpaint any different than the the paint in the washable paint set for toddlers - Item: 8114520001? The washable paint set for toddlers is listed for 12+ months but this Washable Fingerpaint set is listed for ages 3+ years.

Asked by: CC18
Denny's got this! The paints are created alike, but the tubes are not because they are designed for different age groups. Crayola Washable Fingerpaint products come in sturdy bottles, perfect for children three and older to use at home or in a classroom setting. The easy-to-squeeze tubes found in the Washable Fingerpaint for toddlers are just right for the little hands of beginning artists to hold and manipulate. Hope this helps you select the perfect paint to create many colorful masterpieces!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2022-03-02

Just to clarify, if the formula you recommend were used to paint something very smooth like glass or chromed metal, and someone grabbed the thing or bumped into it hard, it would NOT rub off? (I'm equally concerned with its not rubbing off as I am with b

Asked by: creativetype
Hi there! I've checked with my pack, and they have provided the following information for your craft. Since results cannot be guaranteed, they'd suggest testing in a small, inconspicuous area first. Washable varieties of paint are easy to use, easy to clean and come in a wide variety of colors, but there are some drawbacks to using it in glass painting projects. Washable paint will wear off glass with time and handling, and if it gets wet it will wash away. Take precautions to make your washable paint artwork more durable on glass objects. Step 1 Wash the glassware thoroughly with soap and water. The paint will not stick if there is dirt or skin oil on the glass surface. Step 2 Rinse the glass well and dry it completely. Step 3 Wipe the glass down with a paper towel dipped in rubbing alcohol. Wipe the surface again with a plain paper towel to ensure that the surface is completely dry. Step 4 Paint a base coat of glass and tile medium over the area of the glassware you are going to decorate. This will help the paint to adhere to the surface and make your design more permanent. Allow the base coat to dry for at least one hour. Step 5 Place a dab of washable paint about the size of a quarter in a mixing cup and blend in three or four drops of glass and tile medium with a mixing stick. This makes the washable paint more durable on the glass. Mix only the amount of paint you will use immediately, so that it does not dry out. Step 6 Paint your design on the area of the glass primed with the glass and tile medium. Be sure to let the paint dry completely between coats. Step 7 Allow the entire project to dry thoroughly, for a minimum of one hour or overnight, when your design is done. Step 8 Spray the entire painted surface with spray varnish to seal the project. Spray lightly and quickly so that the varnish does not saturate the paint. An overly heavy layer of varnish may run and mar your design. Hope this helps!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2021-08-31

For an art project, I'm looking for a paint that when dry won't crack or rub off from smooth surfaces like glass but that will wash off with water. Would this work, or can you recommend something else?

Asked by: creativetype
What a wonderful art project! I'd suggest checking out our Washable Paints for this type of craft. See our Pro Tips below! For the perfect mixture, add equal parts Crayola Washable Paint and dish soap. Add a pinch of flour to make the paint thicker. Don't forget to protect the area under your window by laying down an old T-shirt. Painting can be done on the inside or the outside of your window. Because soap is used in the paint, your designs will wipe off windows with a wet paper towel. You can follow up with window cleaner for extra shine. If you should need further assistance, please contact our Colorful Care Team at 1-800-CRAYOLA- and tell them Denny sent you! Happy creating :)
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2021-08-25

What are the ingredients of children’s washable non toxic paint?

Asked by: JT84
I'm here to help! The exact ingredients of our products are proprietary; however, we are happy to provide you with the most common ingredient requests not found in products manufactured by Crayola. Casein Eggs & Egg Shell Fish & Shellfish *Latex (including Erasable Colored Pencil Erasers) Milk Nut & Nut Oil Peanut Red Dye #40 Sesame & Sesame Oil Tree Nuts Whey *Latex - It is possible that latex gloves may have been worn during the manufacture and distribution of raw materials, components or finished goods. If our pack can be of any further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-CRAYOLA.
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2021-06-28

Washable fingerpaint, how long to dry?

Asked by: Hseobush
I'm here to help! Crayola Washable Fingerpaint artwork should take just a few hours to dry, depending on the amount of paint used and size of your piece. Be sure to allow your masterpiece to dry to the touch completely before displaying for all to admire!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2021-05-24

Can Blaine brushes be used to paint with finger paint? Or is it solely designed for finger application and nothing more?

Asked by: Joe2018
I'd like to think creative possibilities are endless. Although a bit thicker than traditional paints, Crayola Washable Fingerpaints can be used with conventional paintbrushes and personal paintbrushes - your fingers. Enjoy creating your masterpiece!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2021-04-04
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