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Coco Village's Huge VIP Black Friday Sale * This post contains affiliate links to some of the products that I use and love. This means that if you shop directly through the links, your purchase supports my blog at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support!   Are you looking for a quality holiday toy for a little one? Checkout Coco Village . Here is their Instagram page. They have something for babies all the way to adults. We discovered Coco Village about 2 years ago when I was searching for a birthday present for my daughter’s first birthday. I saw a post for a Coco Village kitchen bundle and I bought it. I’m so glad I did, because my daughter has loved playing with it. To date it is her favorite toy to play with and I love how it inspires her imagination.                    Coco Village gifted us these fire station toys. I love that these items are high quality, so I know that they will last for the years to come. They are high quality wooden toys. These toys ar

No Mess Finger Painting

No Mess Finger Painting

Painting with little ones is so fun! I enjoy arts and crafts myself and I've been wanting to try something out with Maci. With painting I was worried about her eating the paint, because everything still goes in this little one's mouth. I saw some posts on edible paint and I want to try that another time, but I found an easy no-mess painting activity.

This no-mess finger painting activity is great! I think I enjoyed it more than Maci did. It was relaxing and fun. I guess after the Jello Dig last week Maci wasn't as impressed haha. I will complete this activity in the future with Maci. I think with enough exposure she will become more interested. But I think older kids may enjoy this activity. 


What you'll need:

  • Card stock paper (you'll want card stock so the paper doesn't get soggy and rip)
  • Paint (I used acrylic paint, because that is what I had. I think any paint will do)
  • Ziplock bag
  • Painters tap (This tape is easy to remove and won't tear)


  1. Gather your supplies
  2. Cover any parts of the paper that you don't want covered by paint. I used the tape to make an M for Maci.
  3. Add paint globs on the paper. I used four colors: pink, white, green, and black. I only used a few dots of black, because less is more with darker colors.
  4. Carefully place the paper inside the ziplock bag
  5. Tape the ziplock bag down to the table so the child will not remove it. I had to do this, because Maci is 9 months old. You may or may not have to do this step.
  6. Let the fun begin! You may need to model for your child. I showed Maci how to push the paint around with my fingers and hands.

With the painters tape you could make any design for your child. I wanted ours to be simple and I want Maci to recognize the first letter of her name M, for Maci. So, I chose to do M. If you have a Silhouette machine or something similar you could create your own fancy stencil. There are so many possibilities!


I am happy with how Maci's first art project came out! It was tricky getting the paper out of the bag without making a mess. So, I suggest cutting the ziplock bag. I would unzip the bag and then cut down the side. After I removed her paper I let it dry for a few hours on top of a piece of cardboard. When it was dry I removed the painters tape and revealed the M. It looks great! On the back of the paper I wrote Maci's name and the date we completed it. 

Let me know how your art projects go. I'd love to see pictures of your little one's master pieces! 

Happy Crafting!


  1. Yes ❤️ I will get all these things and try it out today! What a fun activity ☺️ My daughter will be so excited!!


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