Did you know that if you cut a green pepper (or any other colored pepper) that you get a perfect 4 leaf clover shape? I saw a friend do this a few years ago, so we decided to try it out for ourselves for a little shamrock painting!
The materials needed are pretty self-explanatory, but here they are anyway!
- green pepper cut in half width wise
- any type of paint that you are comfortable with your kids using (We used washable paint 🙂 )
- A paper plate (or whatever you have on hand) to put the paint on
First, dip your pepper into the paint, making sure that the whole stamping surface has paint on it. Then very carefully stamp your pepper onto your piece of paper.And if you want, you don’t even have to make shamrock shapes at all! 🙂
And you might even want to paint a little bit on your hand!
I think they turn out pretty cute! Something fun to hang up for St. Patrick’s Day!But these little boys with their finished product…even cuter! You can tell they were pretty excited to make these. I think they get extra happy whenever we pull out the paints!
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!