Another school year is back in full swing. This year is the first where we have packed lunches. It’s only the end of September and I’m already struggling for ideas! Add some variety to your kid’s lunches with this fun DIY Apple Print Lunchbag craft project and products from Lay’s Kettle Cooked Chips and Martha Stewart Crafts.
To create this DIY Apple Print Lunchbag, you will need:
Martha Stewart Crafts multi surface craft paint
Canvas or brown paper lunch bag
Cut an apple in half from top to bottom. Make sure the cut is smooth and flat.
Use a paintbrush to apply paint evenly over the cut side of the apple.
With the apple half, cut side down, stamp the surface of the canvas bag. The more times you stamp, the less vivid the print will be, so reapply paint, or use the other half.
Use additional apple halves to print with different colors, if desired. To draw stems and leaves, use black or green markers (or paint).
Apples aren’t just for eating. The cut side of an apple half, dipped in candy colored paint, can be stamped onto anotherwise ordinary canvas lunchbag to create this DIY Apple Print Lunchbag. Now what to pack? Easy to store and the perfect snack, Lay’s Kettle Cooked Chips are a simple solution for school lunches.
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