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Potato stamps, recycled paper, and a little creativity are all your kids need to make their own holiday wrapping paper.

diy wrapping paper


Several small red potatoes
Paring knife
Cutting board
Brown, white, or colored recycled craft paper Nontoxic craft paint


  1. Using a knife, carve the potatoes into various shapes your child can use as stamps. For a circle stamp, slice one end off a potato to create a flat, circular surface. For a triangle stamp, carve the potato into a shape resembling a prism. For a square stamp, carve the potato into a shape resembling a box. (Create a few of each stamp as the potatoes will wear with each use.)
  2. Let your child dip the stamps into paint and press the shapes onto craft paper to create different designs. (We stacked three triangles to make a tree, three circles to create a snowman, and a triangle and square to resemble a dreidel.)
  3. Let dry overnight before wrapping.



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