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Kid Craft: St. Patrick’s Day Marshmallow Stamps

Last St. Patrick’s Day, I didn’t even want to celebrate.  I was 4 days overdue and was determined to have my daughter at any minute.  It didn’t work out that way, but this year I am so happy to be celebrating St. Patrick’s day with her and her upcoming birthday!

To commemorate her last “First” Holiday, I wanted a craft that was compatible with her fine motor skills (or lack there of) and didn’t involve too much planning.  This craft was perfect! Now that my daughter is one, doing crafts together has become more fun and I love the one-on-one time together.

 

Supplies:

  • Green Paint
  • Paper
  • Marshmallow
  • Plate (or something for the paint)
  • Green Marker

Directions:

Super Easy!  Put a dab of paint on the plate.  Dip the flat end of the marshmallow on the plate and press the marshmallow onto the piece of paper.  Do them in sets to make them appear to be a three leaf clover.  When you are done, take the the marker and draw little stems on the clovers.

Have Fun!

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