Heart Beet Stamps
Step 1: Halve 1 beet from stem to bottom.
Step 2: Using a paring knife, on the cut side of the beet trim the root end of the beet into a V-shape for a point.
Step 3: Cut a smaller V into the stem side until the beet resembles a heart.
Step 4: Using the beet’s pigment as a natural paint, have your child press the stamp onto paper.
Step 5: When color fades after a few uses, dip in a little water and blot off excess.
Step 6: Continue to stamp.
Potato XO Stamps
Step 1: Half 1 small potato. Place cut-side down.
Step 2: Using a paring knife, cut 4 small wedges from 4 sides of one potato half to create the X.
Step 3: Make an O from the remaining potato half by using a melon baller to create the center hole of the O.
Step 4: Wipe the potato dry with a paper towel.
Step 5: Put nontoxic washable paint/finger paint on a paper plate (adding a little glitter glue into the mix, if desired).
Step 6: Have your child dip the potato stamps into the pain and stamp an XO pattern onto the paper.
Celery Flower Stamps
Step 1: Cut celery hearts about 2-3 inches from the bottom (refrigerate remaining celery to eat).
Step 2: Wash and thoroughly dry the cut side of the celery.
Step 3: Put nontoxic washable paint/finger paint on a paper plate.
Step 4: Let your child dip cut side of celery into paint or use a brush to paint the celery.
Step 5: Press it firmly onto the cards.
Step 6: Draw in leaves for the flower, if desired.