Loo roll heart stamping

Blogger / 9 February, 2018 / Nanny Anita

Loo Roll Heart Stamping Craft For Valentine’s Day

Our playroom walls have been devoid of any art for quite some time. As Valentine’s Day is coming up I thought I would do some some themed pictures to put up. Loo roll heart stamping has been appearing on my Pinterest feed for the past few years and they always look really good. Thankfully I always have ready supply of loo rolls courtesy of YC who brings me every empty roll she finds.

Make sure you follow my Valentines Board on Pinterest for more ideas. Don’t forget to save the pin for later.

You will need:

  • Loo roll
  • Tape
  • Paint
  • Paper

Start by shaping the end of your loo roll into a heart shape. We used tape to secure the shape, but it isn’t necessary.

Dip the end of your loo roll into the paint and start stamping with it.

Loo roll heart stamping

YC and EC had great fun creating patterns and pictures.

Loo roll stamping hearts

Some of YC’s pictures

YC like to create interlocking lines of hearts.

Loo roll heart stamping

EC’s happy and sad face

Whereas EC used the loo roll heart stamps to create a face that was happy when you looked at it one way. But when you flipped it, it had a sad face instead.

If you enjoyed this loo roll heart stamping craft be sure to check out paper plate threaded hearts or my Hama bead heart mobile.

Pin for later:

Loo roll heart stamping craft for kids. The perfect valentines themed craft.

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