Acrylic paint is used on wood crafts. Go to a craft store and they have hundreds of colors.
"Children's paint" isn't very descriptive. You'd need to specify an actual type of paint or, better yet, ask a worker at the place where you bought the paint if it works on wood.
Varnish preserves wood better than paint.
I use TiteBond 2 for balsa wood.
most crafts store if your looking for craft paint for crafts if your lookin for house paint i'd go to home depo or mijer
you should not paint wood -- you should stain it to show off its natural beauty. If you must paint it, however, you can use any quality latex paint or, if the wood will be exposed to weather, oil-base paint. In either case, bare wood should be primed first. If the wood will be exposed to weather or damp locations, it's a good idea to prime all sides, not just the one that shows.
Paint can be cleaned off of wood molding best while the paint is wet. If the paint is dried, the paint can be scarped off of most wood surfaces. This should be done with care due to possible damage. A paint cleaning solution can be used to prevent damage to the wood molding.
First of all you have to go to the paint isle, and look for exterior paint. Then you will look for the outdoor paint that has wood treatment in it. The last thing to do is to pick out your color.
Elmers glue works best on wood,paper,art and crafts,cards. from princessbobo10
Use a block brush if it is a coarsely textured wood; otherwise, a roller will work best.