Paper Roll Heart Stamp Art Activity – Easy Valentine’s Day Craft

Spread the love

Try this Paper Roll Heart Stamp Art Activity with your kids for Valentine’s Day! It’s easy and you can use materials you probably already have at home. Kids always love making art with non-traditional items and a paper roll is so fun to work with. Make this for Valentine’s Day at home or in the classroom if you’re a teacher.

Find everything you need for this activity and how to make it below.

This post contains affiliate links. If you click a link and make a purchase I make a very tiny commission at no extra cost to you. For more details please read my full disclosure. Thank you for supporting my blog.

paper roll heart stamp art pin image

Valentine’s Day Heart Stamp Art

For this craft you only need a few materials and about 15 minutes from start to finish.

  • White card stock or craft paper
  • Watercolors
  • Paper Roll Heart Stamp
  • White paint
  • Paintbrush (optional)

How to Turn a Paper Roll into a Heart Stamp

paper roll heart shape

If you have empty toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls don’t get rid of them just yet. Reuse them for crafts! You can easily turn those paper rolls into a heart stamp for Valentine’s Day art for kids. To make a heart, fold the paper roll in half the long way until you see the curves of a heart. If you the roll isn’t holding its shape, consider taping one of the ends closed. It’ll help keep the shape on opposite end.

You can also cut larger paper rolls into smaller pieces to make more than one stamp at a time. This is great for working with more than one child on this activity.

Easy Valentine’s Day Craft using Paper Roll Heart Stamp

  • Let your child paint their paper using watercolor and set aside to dry.
  • Create paper roll heart stamps and set out desired paint color.
  • Encourage your child to dip the heart into the paint and stamp it on the paper. They can do it as many times as they want to fill the space.
  • Optional but very fun touch, use a paintbrush and lightly dip in the paint. Then flick the bristles over the paper to “sprinkle” paint all over.
  • When completely dry, hang up and enjoy!

I love how this craft turns out and you can even use it as a card or wrapping paper. How fun would it be to give a Valentine’s gift to someone wrapped in special paper your kids made?!

I hope you give this craft a try for Valentine’s Day! If you recreate this, share it on social media and tag me so I can see it. Find me on InstagramFacebook and Twitter.

Looking for more easy Valentine ideas? Check out these posts:

Valentine Card Craft with Free Printable – I Love You To Pieces

Easy Valentine Heart Symmetry Art for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Easy to Make Valentine Wreath Craft for Kids

Valentine’s Day Coloring Pages – 6 Free Printables



Spread the love

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back To Top