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Pumpkin Stamp Art Toilet Paper Roll Art

This pumpkin stamp art craft is perfect for Halloween or your Fall play date with the kid's friends.  It's a creative way to use up recycled toilet paper rolls while creating festive harvest-themed art.  You know we love coming up with crafts for kids, especially crafts that use recycled materials and this one is no exception! It's actually a fun kids' craft that was on the blog for a long time and we decided to fix up to share again!


Pumpkin stamp art with toilet paper rolls to make halloween or fall themed art with kids.

Pumpkin Stamp Art Toilet Paper Roll Art


Recently we made these Toilet Paper Roll Apple Stamps. 

Thinking about them, we decided to make a similar stamp art project, this time creating pumpkins!

You'll need these materials for your pumpkin stamp art:

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Paper tubes

Pumpkin Stamp Art Toilet Paper Roll Art

Starting with the paper roll, I pinched it just a little bit to make a heart-ish shape.  Add a little orange paint to a paper plate, and start stamping away onto paper.

Pumpkin Stamp Art Toilet Paper Roll Art

We took this art project outside to enjoy a nice Fall afternoon.  Right on the driveway worked for us!

Pumpkin Stamp Art Toilet Paper Roll Art


For the stem, I curled a pipe cleaner into a curly-Q shape and poured a little green paint onto a plate.


It worked pretty well for a green vine stamper to add to our pumpkins!



Pumpkin Stamp Art Toilet Paper Roll Art

Pumpkin stamp art with toilet paper rolls to make halloween or fall themed art with kids.



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4 comments :

  1. I love the way you printed the stems. So cool! If you haven't yet, I hope you'll stop over and link this up to the Perfectly Pumpkin Contest at B-Inspired Mama!

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    1. Thanks for the reminder, Krissy! I got it linked up just in time :)

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  2. Love these! My youngest and I just made some of these today. She even decided to paint jack-o-lantern faces on hers once she was done. Thanks for such a fun idea!

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    1. Ohhhh, that sounds super cute with the faces! So nice to hear that you enjoyed making these too. Thanks for the kind comment!

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