Kids are going to love this potato stamping art project. Use potatoes of various sizes to stamp penguins on shirts that they can wear.
Note: This craft project was initially created for the website Kidzui, however, that website has been taken offline, so I moved my content over here.
We’ve been having a whole lot of penguin fun, and playing with our food again. You should check out our fun penguin lunch too.
Happy Feet 2 comes out tomorrow. The kids are super excited to go and see it. I thought it was a great excuse to make a fun potato stamped shirt with them that they can wear to the movie theater.
Potato stamping penguins
- Plain white shirts
- Potatoes – small, medium, and large
- Fabric paint – let the kids pick the colors for their penguin
- Paper towel
- Paper bowls
Cut your potatoes in half lengthwise. Pat the inside of the potato dry with a paper towel.
Pour a little paint (in your two main colors) into a paper bowl. Dip each potato starting with the largest first into paint and stamp onto the shirt to form the body, belly, and then the wings of the penguin.
Using a paintbrush, add the beak, eyes, and feet.
Set your potato stamped shirts aside to dry.
More penguin crafts for kids
Are you looking for more penguin crafts to do with kids? You need to take a look at these:
- Paper plate winter craft for kids
- Penguin activities for Penguin Awareness Day
- Felt board winter craft for kids
- Penguin costume craft for kdis
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