Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Stamp Craft

We are big fans of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in our house.  We’ve done a TMNT party and a couple of ninja turtle crafts. This stamp art craft is an easy one to add to your Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fan’s art collection!
Your teenage mutant ninja turtle fan will love this art craft!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Stamp Art Craft

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This is an easy paper roll stamp art craft.  Grab a cardboard tube from the recycle bin.  Give it a little bend to make it a nice turtle-y oval shape.  Pour some green paint on a paper plate.  Stamp the paper tube into the paint and press onto white paper.
Stamp four green turtle heads onto the paper.  Use 

blue paint,
orange paint,
red paint,
and purple paint to swipe a quick mask stripe across the turtle’s faces.

Glue a pair of wiggly eyes on each ninja turtle face.  (We received ours from www.craftprojectideas.com).  Your Ninja Turtle craft is done!  I love how easy this craft is.  My Little Guy (age 5) is not always too keen on craft time, so when it’s a Ninja Turtle craft and quick and easy, it’s a sure hit with him.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Craft

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are a big part of Little Guy’s pretend play and fun on a daily basis.  He’s got the action figures and sets up battles with them, pretending all kinds of ninja action.  If you’ve got a ninja turtle fan in your house, these egg carton figures are the thing to make!
We’ve been playing with these pretend play figures every day for a couple of weeks now…even taking them outside for some ninja turtle fun.  They have battled superman, been victims of his lasso skills, and met a few worms.  These guys are making their rounds in our house lately!
TMNT egg carton play figures


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Craft

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We started with some egg cartons that Baby Girl and I painted green.  

We used wiggly eyes that we received free from our friends at craftprojectideas.com.  A little glue on these guys and they were ready for painting.

For the masks and mouths, I used acrylic paints
for a nice and bright color. 
They are looking pretty cute for a bunch of mutant turtles with mad ninja skills!

These guys were immediately a hit with Little Guy.  They were easy to make and basically free, using paints that we already had.  These would be a fun addition to a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle themed birthday party too.  We had a TMNT that we had a teenage mutant ninja turtle party for his fourth birthday…and he talks about it allllll the time.

We took them outside and have been playing with our TMNT guys in the dirt, with sticks and stones.
Little Guy made a pizza shop using sticks and a sidewalk with rocks.  LOVE the pretend play happening here!

Little Guy loves his “ninja turtle egg heads” and we’ve been having so much fun!

Let us know if you make these!