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This Apple Stamping Pumpkin Craft is such a fun harvest time activity for the kids! The kids will love the googly eyes!
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Apple Stamping Pumpkin Craft
Every year since my oldest son was born, my Mom, my youngest sister, and I have taken my kids to our local pumpkin patch. Sometimes Daddy has the chance to come along but it’s faithfully been the three of us for the past 6 years. It’s one of our favorite Fall traditions and every year the pumpkin patch has something a little different like burlap slides and pony rides to the yearly favorites like their pig races and corn maze.
This apple stamping pumpkin craft is such a fun fall activity for the kids and reminds them of their visit to the pumpkin patch. You really only need a few supplies to make these little guys. Not Fall season….swap out the orange paint for red or yellow and you have some cute little apple faces 🙂
How to Make Apple Stamping Craft
- Cut your your apple in half. Using a small paint brush, dab some orange paint on one half of your apple. Carefully press down on the paper. Touch up any unpainted parts with your brush if desired.
- While you painted pumpkins are drying gather your remaining supplies. We liked to use different size googly eyes 🙂 Cut your brown pipe cleaners into small stem sizes and twist your green pipe cleaners around a pencil to create a curly leaf.
- Glue on your stem and curly leaf. I personally used hot glue because my kids are impatient 🙂 but craft glue works too…it will just take longer to dry 🙂
- Attach little googly eyes.
If you like these little pumpkins I bet you will enjoy our Jack-O-Lantern Version as well!