Monday, May 18, 2015

Make-It Monday! Fruit Prints

a beautiful print with simple materials! Great for the youngest and fun for older kids too. This is a great way to get started with patterns and sequencing for older children.  I make these prints with acrylic paint (it doesn't chip off when folded) on butcher paper to have unique wrapping paper on hand all year around.  Let's get started on this EASY project!


acrylic or tempera paints
apple cut in half across it's middle to expose the star!
sheets of paper as large as you wish - try:
recycled paper bags cut open and flattened!
waxed paper or paper plate to roll out the paint on.


1. Roll out paint to make it smooth and thin.

2. Roll it onto the apple half to cover.

3. Press it down onto the paper.

4. Repeat with new colors or simply use one!

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