Potato masher egg print

By | March 20, 2014

Have you ever noticed how a potato masher is egg shaped? You know what that means? It’s perfect for covering in paint and making egg shapes for an Easter decoration!

My son had so much fun with this craft. He kept saying “potato masher” over and over again, I don’t think he could quite believe what he was being allowed to do 🙂

I set him up with a selection of paints, a paintbrush, paper and potato masher.

potato masher printing

He covered the end of the masher with paint then pressed it gently on the paper.

potato masher printing

He printed lots of eggs which we then left to dry before cutting them out. We wanted to make the printed eggs into a banner so found some bakers twine and wooden pegs and assembled it all.

potato masher printing

Voila! An egg-cellent Easter banner.

potato masher printed easter eggs

Linking up with Craft Schooling Sunday

11 thoughts on “Potato masher egg print

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  2. Sara

    very cute! thanks for sharing on craft schooling sunday, I always love printing projects!

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