I love Toddler Tuesdays! It is so fun coming up with ideas for my toddler. This week we are doing an apple theme, so I decided to do some apple stamping with my kids. Last year, we did this stamping activity and it was a hit. This year, I wanted to do something a little different.
To start off, I sliced 3 apple into slices that were about a 1/2 inch thick. Then I took a pampered chef fruit cutter and cut out 4 shapes: heart, flower, triangle, and square. You could also use small cookie cutters.
Then I put long party toothpicks in the apple slices.
Then we dipped the apple slices into paint and stamped on cardstock paper. I’ll let the pictures show how much fun it was!
Here are some of the finished pictures.
We had so much fun with this activity! My preschooler took part in this activity, but my toddler is the one who really enjoyed it and spent the most time with his art project.
Hope you’ll try it out! 🙂
I love how you made shapes with the apples! How fun!
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Love this idea. We are learning our “A” in preschool this week, so this will be a perfect craft for us! Thanks for the tip!