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EASY VALENTINE’S CRAFT FOR TODDLERS: DIY HEART STAMP

February 12, 2019

By February 12, 2019parenting
Easy Toddler Valentine Craft

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ITEMS NEEDED

Toilet Paper Roll

Paint

Paper

 

This is the absolute easiest Valentine’s craft ever, and the best part is, you probably already have everything you need at home. Just take a toilet paper or paper towel roll and bend one side of it inward so that it makes a heart shape. Squeeze some paint onto a tray and let you toddler dip the heart shaped toilet paper roll into the paint and stamp it onto paper. They could stamp it on construction paper to make a card or on a brown paper bag that you can fill with treats for their friends or teacher.

You can also let your toddlers use cookie cutters as stamps. We have this big box of plastic cookie cutters with shapes for all the different seasons, and we love to use them when Hazel paints. We used the Christmas shapes for Hazel to stamp/paint the plain wrapping paper to wrap Christmas presents in.

P.S. This paint is washable. Hazel got it on the carpet and on her clothes and it washed out with warm water 🙂

XO, Kacie

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