SPATULA PAINTED SANTA

Here is another easy Christmas craft you can do right now with just a few basic craft supplies and items from your kitchen and bathroom cupboards.

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Here’s what you’ll need to get started

Supplies

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Directions

Gather your supplies.

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All your supplies are pictured here except the plastic plates!

Pour some brown and white onto a paper or plastic plate. Mix them together. Then dip your spatula into the paint. Make sure you cover the entire surface with lots of paint.

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On the construction paper, stamp the spatula down. Press it down slightly and hold the sheet of paper as you pull it up.

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While the paint is still wet add google eyes so that they will stick without the need for glue.

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Pour the white and red paint onto separate plates. Dip the cork into the white paint and create Santa’s beard.

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Stamp all around Santa’s face to also create his white hair.

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Take a second cork and create Santa’s hat using the red paint.

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Give Santa a red nose using the same cork.

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Using the white paint and cork give Santa’s hat a white pom pom.

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Then using the q-tip dipped in white paint create snow all around Santa!

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My 3 year old wanted to make red snow instead of white!

Painting Tips

Sometimes instead of using plastic plates I just pour the paint onto some craft paper beside my daughter. This often easier that using a plate when we are painting and then afterwards I can just throw away the sheet.

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Mama’s Santa and my 3 year old’s Santa!

WILL YOU TRY SPATULA PAINTED SANTA CRAFT WITH YOUR TODDLER OR PRESCHOOLER? PIN IT FOR LATER

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