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Shaving cream candy cane painting~

In a tray put some shaving cream then in another container mix some more shaving cream with either red paint or red food coloring.
Add the red shaving cream in lines to the white shaving cream.
Then cut out some candy cane shapes and let ur kid/kids lay them on top of the shaving cream and push down some.
Once done lay them to dry then if you want you can wipe off the rest of the shaving cream and ur candy cane will be done!
note- You can add some mint extract

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