Potato Stamp Craft For Toddlers and Preschoolers (and Big Kids Too)





potato stamps craft for toddlers and preschoolers
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Looking for an easy and very cool 4th of July craft idea for kids? This holiday craft idea is perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and kids of all ages.

It is also a cheap craft that is fun and also makes a great way to decorate for summer parties as well!

And all you need is a potato and some paint, and you can have masterpieces like these from your kids.




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4th of July Craft For Toddlers: How To Make Potato Stamps Crafts for Kids 



First, cut a washed and dried potato in half.

Next, draw a star on one of the potato halves (on the fleshy side)

Cut away the surrounding potato (about 1/4" deep) until you have a star-shaped stamp that kids can hold onto.

Pour blue, white and red paints in bowls for kids to dip in their potato star stamp.

Then let the kids can get stamp happy and craft all kinds of fun DIY Fourth of July decorations like t-shirts, posters, napkins, and tablecloths. Kids will love stamping their own DIY 4th of July creations on paper plates, napkins, rocks and just about anything else you can provide them with!

You can get more step by step details for this project at Rock Your Homeschool.

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