If you’re looking for a fun and easy craft project that kids of all ages will love, look no further than potato masher stamping!
This activity is simple, cheap, and a great way to let your creativity run wild. Plus, it’s perfect for rainy days when the kids are stuck inside. So gather up some supplies and get ready to have some fun!
Looking for a fun and easy craft project for kids that doesn’t require a lot of materials or time? Try stamping with a potato masher! This simple activity is perfect for young children, and it’s a great way to get them excited about crafting. Plus, the results are really cute! Ready to give it a try?
Check out these ideas below for inspiration from us! Then get out your potato mashers and get to crafting!
Draw a Christmas tree branch using a marker and then add an “ornament” hanging from it.
This “pumpkin patch” craft is perfect for the first day of fall. Start by drawing on the vines and then stamping on some orange!
Use brown paint and feathers to create a turkey!
Starting with brown in the center, you can build a sunflower with ease.
This one is perfect for a snow day – use white paint to make a snowy owl on a branch.
Use white paint and cardstock scraps to make a snowman on paper.
So cute! Start with black paper and build from there to make penguins!
HO HO HO! This is the perfect Santa craft for Christmas! Just start with a white beard and build from there.
Bouncing off the previous idea, you can also make some basic GNOMES the say way!
Will this craft idea BEE yours?! We sure hope so!
Red and green come together for a craft idea that is perfect to pair with the Hungry Caterpillar book.
EEK! Don’t be scared! This spider is super easy. I suggest starting with the spider web and then building from there.
For Christmas – a wreath worth displaying all season long!
He might look scary but this Frankenstein is not frightening to recreate!
For Valentine’s Day – LOVE BUGS!
Whether for Halloween or just because, a black cat is always fun!
Don’t go batty on this idea! We used a yellow cupcake liner for the “moon” and then designed the scene from there.
Here is a GREEN WITCH craft idea. Just add black hat cutouts on top!
For Valentine’s Day – a LOVE MONSTER!
These baby sheep are perfect for a spring time craft!
Don’t be a GRINCH! Recreate this one for Christmas!
It wouldn’t be Christmas without the reindeer! The antlers are drawn on with markers, while the red nose is cardstock paper.
HO HO HO – start off with the stamps and then add the H’s. Recreate this one for Christmas!
Use white paint and snowflake embellishments to make a SNOWBALL!
For New Year’s Eve – a good way to welcome in the new year!
Potato Masher Stamped MOON – similar to our handprint printable!
Potato Masher Stamped ORNAMENT – just stamp, decorate and cut out!
For Christmas – Potato Masher Stamped Santa Belly Ornaments
Potato Masher Stamped Unicorns – just add yarn for the hair!
Potato Masher Stamped Turtles – start with green stamps and build from there!
Potato Masher Stamped White Polar Bears For Winter
Potato Masher Stamped Sunshine – turn the finished piece into a card!
Potato Masher Stamped Scarecrows For Fall Fun!
For Valentine’s Day – Potato Masher Stamped LOVE You
Potato Masher Stamped Love You BEARY Much!
Make a RED cardinal in the snow! Just start with a RED stamp and build from there.
Potato Masher Stamped Four Leaf Clover For St. Patrick’s Day
Use yellow paint to make a MINION on paper.
We LOVE these ladybugs! All you need is red paint and black cardstock paper.
For Easter – potato masher stamped BUNNIES!
Another craft idea for Easter or spring – potato masher stamped CHICKS!
Two ironic characters come to life with black paint and red cardstock paper.
Potato Masher Stamped Cupcakes – just add glitter and a cherry on top!
The potato masher strikes again! This time making little leprechaun gnomes for St. Patrick’s Day
Potato Masher Stamped Puppy Dog
Use green paint to make these aliens on paper!
Potato Masher Stamped Mother’s Day Card Idea
Use Yellow Paint and Green Cardstock Paper To Make CORN!