Making gelatin art is a fun and engaging kids activity that will bring out the artist in every kid.
Here are some photos our customer sent in of her grandkids having a "jelly-good" time at grandma's.
Using a small dripper instead of a needle is a good way to keep the little ones safe.
A syringe without a needle can also be used to allow little hands to make shapes in gelatin.
This delicious piece of art was named "Depths Of The Sea" by the artist himself!
Another kid-safe gelatin art tool is a simple drinking straw. Cut it at an angle to create a spike and let your kids draw petals with it. Keep the gelatin center hole filled with liquid gelatin and replace it as soon as it starts to thicken up.
Older kids that can handle sharp objects safely can use regular needles and gelatin art tools.
You will be amazed how quickly they learn and how imaginative they can get!
...and the best part is enjoying the delicious fruits of your labor at the end of the day:
Gelatin art made by kids:
To find out more about making gelatin art visit our instructions page.