Saturday, December 10, 2016

Tween Craft Day: Holiday Stamping

I love seasonal crafts! Last week at our local library's Tween Craft Day, Alyssa and the other children visited a variety of craft stations. Alyssa completed a Stamped Clay project that she adored and definitely plans on repeating once I find all of my scrapbook supplies. This would make an excellent gift for a family member or close friend. 

A variety of holiday stamps were provided. She chose a penguin stamp. First, the air dry clay was rolled flat. Then, she stamped the penguin in the clay. Ornaments, magnets, or trinkets could be created. She decide to make a trinket or plaque. The next step was to use watercolor paints to add a touch of color. Finally, she went over the entire project with Modge Podge. This is such an easy and fun craft for children! Why didn't I think of that! Not to mention . . . the end results are absolutely adorable.  

Thank you for visiting A Learning Journey. I will link this post up at Virtual Refrigerator Blog Hop hosted at Homeschool Coffee Break.



  1. Great job on this very cute penguin! Thanks for sharing it on the Virtual Fridge!

  2. Such a cute crafting idea.. I have air drying clay and rubber stamps galore! Thanks for the idea!