I used a paper towel tube to make homemade heart stamps for my son. I cut the tube into three sections, then formed each one into a heart shape.
He used red, pink, & purple paint to stamp heart on white paper.
The next day, I cut the paper into 4 pieces and we made Valentine’s Day cards with them. They turned out super cute!
More Valentine’s Day Ideas
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This is such a wonderful idea! I think we'll use it to make some Valentine's cards too! I'm sharing this on my PreschoolPowolPackets FB page too! Thank you so much for linking up to Teach Me Tuesday — this is perfect!
Ohhh these are so good – we've been printing with our heart from the shape sorter we have hadn't thought of making it from a TP roll.<br /><br />Visiting from Red Ted Art Link Party
I love ALL things made with TP rolls.. and this is no exception! Our gorgeous do these hearts look?<br /><br />Thank you for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!<br /><br />Maggy
@Rainy Day Mum- That's a great idea. We will have to try using our shape sorters as stamps too!<br /><br />@Maggy- Your TP tube crafts are the best 🙂
Hi again! This post was one of the top three most clicked on links at last week's Teach Me Tuesday linky party! (You were on a roll!) 😉 Thanks again for sharing, and congratulations!!
Lovely idea – My 4 year old and I had loads of fun doing this – thanks a million!
@Carla- Yay!<br /><br />@MS- You are welcom- glad you two had fun making it 🙂