Painted Starfish

Summer is the perfect time to do some ocean themed crafts! Today, we made a paper starfish!

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Materials Used

  • Orange Construction Paper
  • White Paint
  • Scissors
  • Bubble Wrap

I started by cutting out the star fish shape. If your child is really good with scissors, then you could draw it and have them do the cutting!

Next, I helped my toddler dip the bubble wrap in the white paint. She moved the bubble wrap up and down on the orange paper.

This craft is really simple but it was a lot of fun!

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5 responses to “Painted Starfish”

  1. So fun1 I love finding simple and fun activitis to do with my son. He loves starfish!

  2. This turned out really awesome…Amazing job!!! I would love to paint with my kid, I really should.

    1. Painting with little ones is so much fun! My daughter has been painting since she was 6 months old.

  3. We are at our beach condo right now, so this would be a great project for my boys and nephews to do on a rainy day.

  4. How fun, a great craft activity to do with the family at the weekend to keep them busy x

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