Friday, April 27, 2012

Stamped Art with Pencil Erasers

  • paper
  • ink pad/s
  • pencils with new erasers
  1. Press pencil eraser onto ink pad. 
  2. Stamp onto paper. Have fun!
You can experiment with different colors and designs. Repeated stamping produces lighter and lighter shades, which can be visually interesting. I would suggest this craft for preschoolers and older. (Logan, age 2, got a bit frustrated because he couldn't stamp full dots very well, and he gave up quickly.) Note: The stamp pad (see photo above) has gotten a bit messy over time with kid usage, so this wasn't a big deal, but if you like your colors to stay neat and clean, you may not want to do this with little ones. This was another cute idea I found on Pinterest.

{Mia's Dot-to-Dot Creation}
{Mia's Dotty Patterns}

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