Playing Holi becomes even more enjoyable when you’re stress free and you and your family play with natural homemade Holi Colors. So whether you’re little one is two or twenty, I’m sharing 5 homemade Holi Color Recipes that you could make at home!
Holi is synonymous with one thing: color! The excitement of Holi is more among children. I know personally, Little Mirchi counts down until the Holi and is eager for the festival to arrive. She’s ready to throw colors on us and show us her naughty side. As parents we want our kids to enjoy all the fun of Holi without the nasty chemicals that come in store bought colors. Playing Holi becomes even more enjoyable when you’re stress free and you and your family play with natural homemade Holi Colors.
Colors sold in stores often contain toxic substances like sulfides that are harmful and can cause rashes, allergies and harmful to the eyes. Those colors are extremely dangerous, especially for children. To avoid their effects and enjoy the festival without any fear, you can make your own basic homemade Holi color. Holi colors are of two types, Dry and Wet. People throw dry colors at each other and wet colors are used in Phichkaris and balloons. So whether you’re little one is two or twenty, I’m sharing 5 homemade Holi Color Recipes that you could make at home!
DIY Homemade Edible Color | When we celebrated Little Mirchi’s first Holi I wanted it to be safe and fun. She was at a stage where everything went in her mouth so this edible color made from flour and natural food dyes worked perfectly!
DIY Holi Powder | This beautiful color is made with cornstarch and gel powder, less mess and beautiful shades.
DIY Finger Paints | Another edible recipe for little ones, this time made with yogurt!
Holi Colorful Powder | Three ingredients is all you need to make these safe and easy colored powders.
Natural Ingredient Holi Powder |A list of all the colors you can make with completely natural ingredients!
Hope these DIY Holi color ideas help you have a fun and safe Holi!