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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
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