Recycled Pool Noodle Stamping Craft
Eventually the old pool noodles need to be retired. What better use than recycling them into these great stamps! So when it’s too hot or too cold or too whatever outside set the kids up with these simple materials to create their own masterpieces.
The history of rubber stamps actually dates back to 1844. The process of ‘stamping’ existed many years before this. Brass printing stamps were first used to mark paper; while brass stamps on the other hand were used with wax to ‘seal’ private papers with the crest of the owner. Source: Stamps Direct – The History of Rubber Stamps.
- Pool Noodle
- Serrated Knife
- Spread newspaper over your work surface
- Use a serrated knife to cut 2″ slices of pool noodles.
- For preschoolers make the pieces about 5″ so the child can get their fist around it.
- Dip in paint and apply to paper.
- Paint on stem and leaves
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