Valentine's Day Craft: Celery Stamp Roses
Nothing quite says, "I love you" like a beautiful bouquet of roses, and this bunch certainly gets the message across. Better yet, you can dip the leftovers in some peanut butter and have a snack too!
Celery stamp roses are a fun way to play with your food and create some beautiful Valentines as well. When cut, these veggies create a rose-like pattern that looks like you are looking down into a beautiful bunch of flowers—in just three steps. We are so excited to give these hand stamped creations to grandparents, family, and friends.
Bottom End of Celery Stalk
Red Ink or paint
1. Cut the stalks off the celery leaving about 2-3 inches for grabbing.
2. Press the celery rose into ink, making sure it is evenly covered, then stamp your paper with the celery.
2. Add stems using green paint.
You can add a sprinkle of glitter to the paint before it dries to add some sparkle to your Valentine's bouquet.
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