Home    Subscribe    Write for Us    FAQ    Contact    HubGarden    Login
Share your craft ideas for a share of the ad revenue. Click on Write For Us.

Cardboard Box Printing

by Jane (follow)
Easy (884)      Under 5s (593)      Cheap (300)      Recycled (200)      Paint (159)      Printing (50)      Wrapping paper (25)      Cardboard box (13)      Box (11)     
Next time you've finished with a big cardboard box, have fun using it to make some unusual prints. This one is ideal for toddlers and preschoolers - the bigger the box the better!

Time: 15 minutes
Age: Under 5s
Level: Easy

Materials
Large cardboard box
Paints and different types of brushes
Plain paper



Cardboard box printing, toddler craft ideas, unusual print ideas, toddler art


Method
Lay out different colours of paint and different types of brushes.
Let the children paint the box anyway they wish.



Cardboard box printing, toddler craft ideas, unusual print ideas, toddler art


When the paint is still wet, place a piece of paper gently on top and pat lightly.



Cardboard box printing, toddler craft ideas, unusual print ideas, toddler art




Cardboard box printing, toddler craft ideas, unusual print ideas, toddler art


Carefully peel the paper back off again to reveal your print.



Cardboard box printing, toddler craft ideas, unusual print ideas, toddler art


Try using large sheets of paper to create your own unique wrapping paper.

Categories
#Box
#Printing
#Cardboard box
#Paint
#Wrapping paper
#Easy
#Cheap
#Recycled
#Under 5s
I like this Article - 9
[ print friendly ]
More Articles by Jane
These cheeky chocolates are easy to create and make a fun treat or a party food feature at a the...
11 likes
This pretty fairy card is easy to make and is an ideal birthday card for a best friend
10 likes
Create your own colourful necklaces or medallions using Hama beads (or other melting beads)
9 likes
Calling all explorers! These colourful telescopes are cheap, quick and easy to make
11 likes
Create your own mat by weaving strips of coloured paper
6 likes
This is a fun snappy crab greeting card with lots of interesting textures
10 likes
view all articles by Jane
Articles by Jane on Other Hubs
Encourage a range of insects and butterflies into your garden by creating some insect boxes
9 likes
Do you ever find yourself collecting lots of shells on a trip to a beach and then wonder what you're...
11 likes
Create some quirky candles from egg shells
8 likes
Good hand washing discipline is important for kids to learn, especially when they start going to...
581 views
ID: 15493
[ Submit a Comment ]
Trending Articles
A lovely spring craft for toddlers to create
6 likes
Box pinatas are a quick and easy alternative to papier mache pinatas
8 likes
For some students, math isnʼt always their favorite subject
1 like
Loom flowers are so easy, so fun, and if you make your own loom and use leftover yarn, they wont cos...
8 likes
With a flower loom, kids can easily create cute flowers, out of yarn, that can be used to decorate j...
3 likes
If your child loves to draw, this is a great activity for them to encourage their creativity
1 like
Upcycle a breakfast cereal box and hop into Easter with this cute Easter Bunny Mask
3 likes
Here's how to make a colourful elephant from a recycled milk bottle and tissue paper
9 likes
This cute and fun Christmas card can be made by little ones with the help of an adult
3 likes
Snowmen crafts are fun at Christmas and this one is simple, quick and cheap to make
6 likes
Categories
Under 5s (593)
Any Age (405)
Over 10s (384)
Baby (12)
Links (1)
Easy (884)
Medium (247)
Hard (37)
 
Copyright 2012-2018 OatLabs ABN 18113479226. mobile version