1. Great idea! Merry Christmas, Julia!!!

  2. Julia,
    Thank you for this idea and I’m going to try this with paint I have left over from all the crazy stuff I have painted in the past. I like that there is no measuring and I can eyeball the texture. Thanks again and Merry Christmas to you and your family:)

  3. Heather Grant says:

    How do you imagine paint pens would do to draw on these once finished? I am looking for something girl scouts can customize:)

    1. I’m not sure because the baking soda paint has texture to it.

  4. Doris J Williams says:

    I could not find your recipe to repurpose things. How did I miss it or do I have to buy mixture formula? Doris

    1. Hi Doris, I mention in the blog post that I don’t like adhering to a specific recipe because it also depends on what consistency you want and how thick your paint is so “Mix baking soda into your paint sample to get a thicker pudding-like consistency. If you want more texture and grain then add more baking soda.” That’s all there is to it. Good luck!

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