Potato Stamped Bunny Cards – Kid Craft

Send sweet sentiments to grandparents far away with today’s Potato Stamped Bunny Cards Kid Craft! It’s the perfect excuse to say “Some BUNNY loves you” and it double as a sweet Easter keepsake as well!

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It’s so simple YOU have NO excuse NOT to do it {promise!}

So the next time you have a few potatoes to spare from dinner, set up shop on the kitchen table and let your child craft the afternoon away with our simple tutorial below! Then place their beautiful finished pieces in an envelope and send them on their way to their lucky receivers!

Don’t delay – HOP to it and craft these up today! Happy crafting my friends!!!

Supplies:

  • Potato
  • Knife
  • Paper Plate
  • Paint Brushes
  • White/Pink/Black Craft Paint
  • Cardstock {preferably something dark so the white will really stand out}
  • Scissors
  • Scrapbook Stickers
  • Glue Stick

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Directions:

First cut your potato in half. Keep one half as it and cut the other half, in half again.

Now squirt your white paint on the paper plate.

Have children dip the larger potato half into the white paint {smear it around} then stamp it in the center of a single sheet of cardstock. Set that one down. Now grab one smaller potato piece, smear it in the white paint and then stamp it twice near the top of the first potato stamp, as bunny ears.

Now grab your pink and black paint. Have children give the “bunny” life by drawing on some facial features like a cute pink button nose and whiskers. Set aside to let it all dry completely. Repeat for each card.

To finish off the Potato Stamped Bunny Cards, have children add “Some — Loves You” around the potato stamped bunny design. Then trim out your design with scissors and attach to a card front for easy gifting & mailing!

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