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Day #72 – Apple Print Shamrocks
March 12, 2012 by 11 Comments
This was a really great craft I found on Pinterest originating from The Chocolate Muffin Tree. It was such a simple but graphic craft, and I knew my kids would really enjoy it.
The simplicity of this craft is a big part of it’s beauty. Learning about the meaning behind the shamrock symbol yesterday, made this craft much more meaningful to us. All you will need is an apple cut in half (make sure the apple is cut very flat or you will have to rock it back and forth to get it to print), a piece of paper (we used yellow), green paint, a paint brush or paint sponge and a paper plate to use as your pallet. Paint the apple with a thick coat of poster paint and print. In the end, the girls painted on their own stem.