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Pop Bottle Flower Prints

Use an empty soda bottle to allow kids to create delightfully designed wrapping paper. They will beam as they present their gift to a loved one.

Supplies

Empty soda bottle

Paper plate

Paint

Paper, newsprint, construction, copy etc

Instructions

Using an empty water or soda bottle, press the bottom into a plate or lid of paint.  Stamp onto your chosen paper (newsprint, construction, copy, etc.).


Remove the lid from the bottle and use to print the flower's center.


We did this with a pop bottle, so I'm not sure if the bottom of a water bottle has a flower shape as well.  You might have to use a smaller lid for the center!

This craft is reprinted courtesy of TheAmazingMess.com.

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Flower Crafts, Gifts to Make, PreSchool Crafts

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Stacie is the mom of three little girls, wife to her college sweetheart, former elementary teacher, and mess-maker extraordinaire! She blogs about craft projects, cooking, and other enrichment activities for young children at The Amazing Mess.

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