Back-to-School Paint Project {Rich Art Paint Review}

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1st Day of School SignIn just a few short weeks Jude starts Kindergarten. I wanted to make a 1st day of school sign for him to hold in his 1st day of school picture but I really wanted it to be personalized.

Rich Art sent me some of their Washable Paints so I decided to let him have full reign of the poster board. He created this beautiful poster and all I had to do was write “1st Day of Kindergarten” over top.RichArtPaints



  1. Get your supplies ready. I put small amounts of paint on a paper plate, set out a cup of water for washing brushes and laid out the poster board.
  2. Let you child paint anything they want. Encourage them to mix colors, use different size brushes and just have fun.
  3. Let the paint dry
  4. After the paint has dried use a large marker to write over top of the painting.

JudePaintingI’m so glad we use Rich Art Washable Paint because Jude got it everywhere, on the floor, on the wall, on the table, on his shirt, on the carpet and it came clean from all surface. I’m also really glad they are non-toxic because he accidentally put the paintbrush in his mouth, he quickly learned that pain does not taste good. He really loved using the Glitter Paint he said the purple was the night sky and the blue was the ocean.


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