Shaving Cream Painting

Shaving cream painting was a big hit at our house!!  I featured it in my 2nd article for WRAL Go Ask Mom which was posted last night: Shaving Cream Painted Easter Eggs.  For all the details and directions, go check it out now!  Then come back here for a visual account of this amazing process! 🙂
Shaving Cream Painting

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Luke asked if he could play with the squeegee when we were done.

 
 
Then he washed everything for me.  He had fun watching all the shaving cream and paint go down the drain.  The washing of the materials made for some fun sensory play in itself.
 


If you try this, I’d love to see your photos!  Feel free to share them on my Facebook page!  We just love how our shaving cream painting art turned out and can’t wait to do it again!


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Genny Upton

A former teacher turned stay at home mom to two preschool aged children. Creator (and writer) at In Lieu of Preschool and Parent Teach Play. Currently publishing my first children's picture book!

  • Lindsay says:

    This looks like so much fun! We will have to try this soon!

  • As the paper dries does the shaving cream disappear or does it never really dry?

  • Anonymous says:

    If you follow the link for the Easter eggs above, she goes into more details about how to get the shaving cream off and the drying process. Thinking of trying this in my class next month, but I’ll use my guinea pig..daughter…first as always.

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  • Niccola says:

    I love this idea. I look forward to trying it with my class. Thanks for sharing.

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    I use elmers glue mixed with shaving cream. It makes a puffy creation. Everyone that visits my classroom has to touch. I use it to make snowmen and clouds. I will use food coloring to make it even more unusual.

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  • tutorial89 says:

    thank you for your inspiration. of a cream can produce abstract images are cool. I like this

  • DahliaTM says:

    I just wanted to say hi

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