This Ghost Potato Stamping craft is such a cute activity for a not so scary Halloween idea. Potato Stamping makes a perfect Halloween craft for toddlers and preschoolers. Here you can find lots of fun ideas for Halloween art and crafts for kids. Plus, adding easy potato stamp ghosts to your fall hands-on activities is an excellent way to work those fine motor skills, creativity, and have a fabulous Halloween decoration.
Ghost Craft for Kids
Ghost Potato Stamping Craft for Halloween
These are friendly ghost crafts for kids to make for Halloween. For these fun potato stamp ghosts, all you need is a few supplies that you might already have in your home. Have fun with this cute Halloween ghost craft.
What you will need to make your Ghost Potato Stamp craft is in this picture below. However, I have it displayed in list form to print out towards the bottom of the page. Have Fun!
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Start by cutting the potato in half and using a pencil to draw or outline a ghost on one half of the potato and write the word Boo on the other half This step is optional, but I found it a lot easier to have a guideline before cutting it out.
Cut out the ghost and dig out 2 eyes and a mouth. Next, cut out the word Boo and dig out 2 holes in the letter B and the O’s. This step should be one beforehand by an adult.
If you’d like, you can add a dot of color to the eyes and mouth. Repeat the same process with the word Boo. Wipe off the paint with a paper towel if it gets to be too much paint between stamping or between each color.
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- Black Paper
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Cut the potato in half and use a pencil to draw/outline a ghost on one half and
the word Boo on the other half. This step is optional, but I found it easier to have
a guideline before cutting it out.
Cut out the ghost and dig out 2 eyes and a mouth. Next, cut out the word Boo
and dig out 2 holes in the letter B and the O’s.
Take the brush and paint white paint all over the ghost and stamp it down on
the paper, then lift up. If you’d like, you can add a dot of color to the eyes and
mouth. Repeat process with the word Boo.
Wipe off the paint with a paper towel if it gets to be too much paint between stamping or between each color.
Have Fun Stamping