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Monoprint heart cards for kids to make

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I encourage my preschooler to use all sorts of materials in his painting projects. Painting paper plates or sticks and other nature materials is already something he does on a regular basis. One day I gave him a Q-tip to use instead of a brush. When he was done we experimented with monoprinting. Have you ever tried it? It’s a really fascinating activity. One for all ages. With Mother’s Day around the corner we thought of creating a couple of monoprint heart cards and played with several colors.

Easy heart cards for kids to make for Mother's Day for mom and grandma. Easy craft for preschoolers. Perfect for Valentines. too. | at Non-Toy Gifts

Monoprint heart cards to make for Mother's Day. Easy craft for preschoolers, kindergartners and older kids | at Non-Toy Gifts

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Monoprint heart cards

Monoprint heart card for kids to make for Mother's Day or Valentines. | at Non-Toy Gifts

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Supplies:

Step 1: Squirt paint onto the tin foil. Spread it with a paint sponge or roller.

Step 2: Use a Q-tip to create random shapes.

Step 3: Cut out hearts out of white paper. Press the hearts onto the tin, making monoprints of your drawings.

Monoprint hear cards. Kids can make them for Mother's Day and Valentines.

Step 4: Peel the hearts off and let them dry.

Step 5: Fold the mixed media paper in two and cut it as a card. Glue the hearts onto the front of the cards.

Monoprint heart cards . Easy Mother's Day craft for kids. | at Non-Toy Gifts

Step 6: Underline the hearts with a black marker.

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