SPiTcicles (NOT to Eat!)

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**This post is sponsored by Unicorn SPiT, but all statements and opinions are mine. **
What’s more fun than regular Unicorn SPiT?
Frozen Unicorn SPiT!
Disclaimer: THESE ARE TO PAINT WITH, DO NOT EAT!




When I was chosen to be a Sponsored Artist for Unicorn SPiT, I knew that I wanted at least one project for kids. Unicorn SPiT is already fun for all ages because it's non toxic, but I wanted to bump it up a notch.
What's Unicorn SPiT?! The Original Vibrantly Colored Water-based Stain & Glaze in One. You can use it on just about anything you can think of!
For more information check out- facebook.com/UnicornSpit
or for questions & inspriation- facebook.com/groups/UnicornSPiTGelStains





Pick your colors. I used Midnight’s Blackness, Zia Teal, Purple Hill Majesty, Phoenix Fire, Molly Red Pepper, Lemon Kiss, Dragon’s Belly & Blue Thunder. I picked up little plastic shot cups from the dollar store. You only need a little bit of Unicorn SPiT. Fill the rest of the cup with water & stir.





Find a container that will hold all the cups.





A piece of tin foil will hold your sticks into place.





FREEZE! I left mine in for 24 hours.





Peel the tin foil off. Your SPiTcicles are ready to use. (DO NOT EAT!)
You'll want to pour a little bit of hot water into the bottom of the container. That will help pull the frozen SPiT out of the cups.





Here comes the fun part!
Painting!
Three of my kids had a blast! (ages 1, 8 & 14)





Disclaimer: DO NOT EAT YOUR SPiTCICLES! They are for painting only!













Finished paintings. Once dried, I sealed them with Rustoleum Clear Gloss Spray. We stuck the frozen SPiT back in the freezer so the kids could create another time.
Suggested materials:
  • Unicorn SPiT   (unicornspit.com)
  • Plastic shot cups   (Dollar Tree)
  • Sticks
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  • Kristina King Kristina King on Mar 17, 2017
    Very creative! I will have to do these for my grandkids! Nice job Michelle.

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  • Pat Tyson Pat Tyson on Mar 17, 2017
    That would be so much fun for little kids and would prevent a lot of spills. Kids and colorants are a messy combo, but having the young artists working outside makes a lot of sense. In the summer you could finish it all off by using the water hose to clean off the area and the young artists!

    • Michelle Austin Michelle Austin on Mar 18, 2017
      They still had it all over their hands! But that's how they see Mommy work with it! They had a blast with it. SPiT is fun. Frozen SPiT is more fun! lol

  • Mary Carlson Mary Carlson on Mar 23, 2017
    Love how the kids had so much fun! Love seeing their creative juices flowing! So much fun! :)

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