This Father’s Day gift wrap will make my son’s gifts to his Daddy even more special!
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I have used this technique for making gift wrap several times before, and I never tire of it! Mainly because it is SO easy, especially with younger kids. To make the gift wrap you’ll need:
- Large white paper (we used Giant Marker and Watercolor Pad)
- Paper plates (as paint trays)
- Cookie cutters (we used this fun tool set)
Pour some paint onto the paper plates and spread it around with the brushes. Our cookie cutters were quite large so I needed to spread the paint around the entire plate.
Then just invite your child to dip the cookie cutters into the paint and stamp them onto the paper!
My son used just one cutter per colour – but you could mix it up if you are more wild and crazy than we are. Which isn’t difficult!!
We each made some gift wrap – mine more spaced out, his were more overlapping. But I like both options!
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