Apple and Pear Prints
Everybody knows about stamping with potatos and foam, but here’s another method for making fun prints.
SuppliesPear and apple
Cushioning for paper
Cut an apple and/or a pear in half, making sure the cut is smooth. Using a paint brush apply the paint evenly over the cut side of the fruit. Use any paper, but place it on a smooth, soft surface like a folded dishtowel or old tee shirt. The paper needs to be pliable to absorb the paint. With the cut side down, stamp the surface of the paper. With each stamping the image is less vivid so reapply the paint regularly.
Draw stems and leaves with markers. Stamping has many possibilities for gift cards, wrapping paper, tee shirts.
This craft reprinted courtesy of Kabubble.com.
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