My daughter is a little too young to be carving pumpkins but she loves to decorate them. I teamed up with Tulip to make fingerprint pumpkin designs. Their paints are prefect for kid friendly projects. This was a great mommy and me project for Lily. She stamped her fingers and she also painted mine to stamp them and then I finished off each design with details and a bow!
- Tulip Soft Fabric Brush on Paint in Rainbow Pack
- 6" Craft Pumpkins
- Paint Brush
- Paper Plates (for paint)
Directions for Candy Corn Fingerprint Pumpkin:
Use a paint brush to brush a line of of white, yellow and orange on your kiddos finger tips and stamp on the pumpkin. We alternated her fingers and mine!
Directions for Spider Fingerprint Pumpkin:
Dip fingertips in black paint and stamp on the pumpkin. Stamp sideways to get the shape for the spider body. Use a paint brush to pain legs on each fingerprint and eyes.
Directions for Ghost Fingerprint Pumpkin:
Dip fingertips in white paint and stamp on the pumpkin. Once try paint on the ghost eyes and mouth in black with a paint brush.
Finish off all the pumpkins with a bow!
This was such a fun craft to do with Lily! Shop all of Tulip's products on their website and get other fun ideas.
This post is sponsored by Tulip but all thoughts and opinions are my own!