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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Clover Cookie Cutter Prints

Age Range: Definitely toddler and up. You might try this with a pre-toddler if you are willing to referee mouth attempts and other messy situations.

Supplies Needed
  • paper
  • paint
  • cookie cutter in shape of choice
  • paper plate or pie plate (or something) to hold paint in 
  • Also optional: glitter
  1. Pour some paint into the paper plate or pie plate
  2. Have your child dip the cookie cutter in the paint, then press on the paper. You can pour glitter on while wet

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