Soda Bottle Flower Prints

I love this quick and easy printing technique – the flowers look so cute!

Soda Bottle Flower Prints

I mixed some paint on a paper plate and showed F how to make the prints using the bases of two (different) empty soda bottles. 

He enjoyed stamping with the bottles – and he mostly got the paint on the paper!

After he had made two pictures I added in extra details – but older children would be able to do this for themselves. 

I think that these look so pretty – and I also made some greeting cards from some of the other prints. 

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"Georgina is the founder and editor of Craftulate, writing about crafts and activities suitable for toddlers and young children. She started crafting with her son when he was one year old, and is constantly finding new and exciting ways to keep him interested. Georgina also loves papercraft, sewing, cooking, and isn't opposed to the odd glass of wine."

Comments

  1. What a fun idea! My girls love to paint!

  2. What a cute idea. My boys love to paint, but I hate messes, so I don’t allow them to paint inside my house :)

  3. Beeb says:

    How cute is that! I loved doing art projects when I was a kid.

  4. Oh my gosh adore this! I need to start doing more crafts with M!

  5. LOVE this! My son would have a blast with this craft and it would look so cute on the fridge.

  6. leah says:

    That is super cute! Those would look really cute framed or on canvas!!!

  7. so cute! would love it if you would link this up with our #kidsinthekitchen linky this week
    http://lookwhatmomfound.com/2013/08/making-smoothies-kidsinthekitchen.html

  8. Hi,
    Great idea. I learned at experimental watercolour to use other items for painting instead of brushes.
    Blessings,
    Janis http://www.janiscox.com Author of Tadeo Turtle

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