I remember back when I was little I loved to paint. So why not let my kids make a huge mess and enjoy the process? I found this little wonder on Pintrest (of course;), and I had to give it a try.
What you'll need:
Toilet paper rolls (I seriously save these all the time. You never know when they will come in handy!)
Thick paper, like cardboard or poster paper
How to do it:
1) Designate a paint-safe zone outside or inside. We opted for outside. I laid out a huge tarp because the OCDness inside of me couldn't handle paint on the concrete, even if it is washable.
2) Shape the toilet paper rolls into different shapes. I made a heart, triangle, square and circle.
3) Squeeze the paint onto the paper plates.
4) Lay out paper on the tarp, hand the kids the paint and rolls, and let your kids dip and stamp to their hearts content!
My kids loved this so much; we might have a repeat art day. And since we did it outside it was suuuper easy to clean up! (I love that!) We are all happy and the master piece is hanging in the princess's bedroom. Quite cute!