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Food Print Wrapping Paper

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A fun way to keep the kids occupied on a rainy day. Use food scraps to make patterns for wrapping paper.



Time: 1hr
Age: 5-10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Food scraps - lettuce and potatoes
Paint
paper

Method
Cut your food scraps and leave to dry overnight.


Spread out your paint onto a flat surface.


Dip in your food scraps and press onto paper.


Potato stars and lettuce roses.


Personalise Christmas by using as gift wrap for family presents


Categories
#Christmas
#Wrapping paper
#Paint
#Food
#Wrapping
#Stamping
#Printing
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