It’s time for The Kids Craft Stars monthly craft challenge! Every month we have a challenge between a few blogger friends and I, to in-cooperate a different craft medium or technique into a simple kid craft. Our challenge for March was to use fruits and/or veggies as stamps, one of my son’s favorite ways to make art!
Panda Potato Print Art
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We decided to make some adorable pandas using a potato cut in half. This little art project is super simple and only a few materials are needed.
You’ll need the following materials:
First you’ll wash your potato and the adult will cut it in half. Next your child can paint it white and start stamping the face shape of the panda onto the paper.
The details for the Pandas face are pretty simple using just a few different shapes. Add on some ovals for the spots where the eyes will be going, they don’t have to be perfect!
Finally add in some ears, and a heart and lines for the nose and mouth to finish creating your pandas face ( you can use the image below for inspiration).
If you are looking for even more easy kid craft ideas using fruits & vegetables, be sure to check out the rest of The Kids Craft Stars to see what they’ve crafted up for the challenge! And keep up with the latest from The Kids Craft Stars by following their hashtag #kidscraftstars.
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