The Morton Salt Girl is celebrating her 100th Birthday!
It's very easy and uses ingredients you probably already have at home.
You Will Need:
- Food Coloring
- Liquid glue
- Construction paper
I used about 1/4 cup of salt to two drops of food coloring to make different color salts. I found that using my hands to mix the two was easier.
Mix your glue with a little water.
Let the kids draw on their paper with the glue and a paint brush
Sprinkle the salt on the glue
Take off the excess salt
And there you have it, beautiful art!
Since the Morton Salt Girl first appeared on the blue package of Morton table salt in 1914, she's been an inspiring and enriching part of our lives. And she's still the one we trust, whether it's in our food or in and around our homes and businesses. Everywhere she goes, she helps make life better.
The adults celebrated her birthday with sushi!
While the kids enjoyed the treats! (They also had real food, I assure you)
Happy 100th Birthday Morton Salt Girl!
Disclosure: I was provided with a free Morton Salt Party Pack in order to host a party and write this post. All opinions are 100% mine.