Paper Roll Apple Stamps

We made this apple stamping art last week with one of our favorite things to recycle…Paper rolls! (we used a toilet paper roll but a paper towel roll would work too.)

Toilet Paper Stamps

Children may enjoy making toilet paper stamps because it is a fun and creative activity that allows them to explore their artistic side. Additionally, using toilet paper rolls to create stamps is a low-cost and easily accessible way for children to make art, as these materials are often readily available in most households.

Using toilet paper rolls as stamps can also provide a tactile sensory experience for children, as they get to touch and manipulate the materials while creating their artwork. The process of pressing the roll onto the paper and seeing the unique patterns and shapes that are created can be a source of fascination and excitement for children.

The act of stamping can help children develop important fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, as they need to use their hands and fingers to hold and control the stamp.

Toilet paper stamping can be a fun and engaging activity that provides children with a variety of benefits, both artistic and developmental.

Mom bent the cardboard tube just a little into a heart-ish shape.
Big Sister got busy stamping!  She covered her page with little red apples.
She painted little green leaves on the apples…
…and then drew stems on each apple with a brown marker.
This was such an easy and fun little project to do.  Let us know if you make apple stamps!

Grab a copy of our apple play dough cards for more fine motor skill building!


1 thought on “Paper Roll Apple Stamps”

  1. This is a great activity. I'm thinking of using it with my first graders. We have a focus number of the week. This week is the number 10 and this would be a great opener for our week of decomposing the number 10. It fits in nicely with our apple theme we are wrapping up. Thank you!

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