Cherry Blossom Tree ~ marshmallow painting

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We started a cherry blossom crafting frenzy over here one afternoon.  We had lots of fun and kept busy creating many different cherry blossom tree crafts using different techniques and craft supplies.  Our first Cherry Blossom Craft was with melted crayons. For our second craft we moved on to print making with marshmallows!  Before we got busy print making we might have tasted a few marshmallows.  But in the end we did not eat too many and we were left with a beautiful painting.
 
Cherry Blossom Tree ~ marshmallow painting
 
 

 

Cherry Blossom Tree ~ marshmallow painting

Cherry Blossom Tree ~ print making

Supplies/What we used:

multi colored paints (thanks craftprojectideas for the paints!!)

brown finger paints

white construction paper

paint brush

marshmallows

food picks

bowl or 2

Cherry Blossom Tree ~ print making

What to do:

We painted a brown tree branch on the white paper first.  I tried to let it dry a little before we moved on to the print making part.

Cherry Blossom Tree ~ print making
I had pink paint in a bowl for the kids to dip their marshmallows in the paint and then dot them all over their tree branch.
Cherry Blossom Tree ~ marshmallow painting


My toddler could not get over using marshmallows to paint with, lol.  He even hesitated in the beginning because he would have rather eaten them all.

This is great to work on hand eye coordination and those little hand muscles. 

Cherry Blossom Tree ~ print making

I just love how their masterpieces turned out.  Beautiful Cherry Blossom Branches made using a paint brush and marshmallow print making. 

Cherry Blossom Tree ~ marshmallow painting
 
 
 
Another fun Marshmallow Painting I love by Mamas Like Me.  Must check it out.
 

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