Cookie Cutter Stamping is a simple stamp painting activity for little hands. Its easy to set up, zero preparation needed, develops fine motor skills and a fun way to talk about shapes and colors. My LOs simply love anything to do with paint and this activity was no exception. It’s always fun to explore different mediums to paint.
What you need
- Cookie Cutters
- Washable Paint
- Paint pallet ( we used plastic plates)
- Squirt the paint into the pallet. You will need very little paint for this project.
- Give the cookie cutters and paint to your LOs.
- Let them dip the cookie cutter on the paint and stamp them on the paper to make prints. So easy!
Miss A(3 yrs) & Miss D(2 yrs) enjoyed making stamps using the cookie cutters. I used big ones, so their hands dont get messy. (Like that would help 😜) You could also use playdough cutters for more fun shapes. This time Dad joined them for some stamping fun. They all started very neat and the pieces looked so nice until they decided to paint on them. As with most of our paint projects we ended up with some finger painting mess 😂😂. I was quick enough to click few pics before all the mess. But if you let it dry, they make cute wrapping papers.