Snow is fun but even the best snow bunnies like to come inside.
Here are some easy stamps you can make with your kids where it’s nice and warm (with a mug of hot cocoa). No need for a run to the store, these are items you may have around the house.
Toilet paper rolls
Easy Fireworks Painting
Fringe some left over toilet paper rolls to create cool fireworks.
Toilet Paper Roll Stamps
Mama Papa Bubba
These simple stamps are easy as pie, and you can get more than one stamp out of each roll too.
Toilet Paper Roller
Who’s Who and Who’s New
Use foam stickers or try string, bubble wrap or textured fabric.
Corks and bottle tops
Wine Cork Stamps
Go ahead and open another bottle… for the sake of the children.
Boy Mama Teacher Mama
Use bottle caps to keep hands clean(er)
Bottle Top Stamps
Paging Fun Moms
These use foam stickers and bottle tops to make a bunch of cute stamps.
Cherry Blossom Art
Or, just use the whole bottle.
Apple and Celery Stamps
A Beautiful Mess
So cute you might use them for yourself (check out the gorgeous celery stamped scarf!)
This is Love Forever
I used to love celery stalk stamps, but okra may be the most adorable stamp I’ve ever seen.
The potato stamp is a classic, but the way she cuts the pattern out of this potato stamp is brilliant.
Junk Around the House
Pipe Cleaner Snowflake Stamps
Perfect when you’re stuck inside on a snow day.
We made these DIY stamps last year and found they are perfect for little toddler hands.
Get creative with stuff around the house
Play Based Learning
Got some old junk? Gather up buttons, foam, toothpicks, wire, string… whatever you got an have a cool stamp competition. You might come up with some really creative patterns!
Have fun stamping and show us what you made!
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