Combine a simple Summer DIY project for your kids with a Father’s Day craft using this watermelon stamp art tutorial.
Crafting this easy watermelon stamp art with your kids is not only a delightful activity for toddlers and preschoolers but also doubles as a perfect Father’s Day project. The simplicity and fun factor make it an ideal choice, and the use of paint combined with your kids’ body parts adds an extra layer of creativity. The best part? It’s a quick and enjoyable craft that can be completed in less than 30 minutes, ensuring a memorable and fuss-free creative experience for both kids and parents alike.
How to create a watermelon stamp art:
- White kraft paper
- Paint; red, green and black
- Black paper
- Googly eyes
- Cotton swab
- Black marker
- Cut a triangle shape from the sponge.
- Paint the top part (1/8 of the sponge) with green paint and the bottom with red paint.
- Stamp the sponge on the kraft paper. Let it dry.
- Once the paint has dried, dip a cotton swab into the black paint and dab it onto the watermelon stamp. Let it dry.
- Cut the mouth or lips (smiling) from black paper.
- Glue the googly eyes and mouth onto the watermelon.
For the Father’s Day card:
- Cut out all the watermelon shapes from the kraft paper.
- Take another A4 kraft paper and fold it in half.
- Glue the watermelon shapes on the outer part of the card and write “YOU ARE ONE IN A MELON” using the black marker.
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