Hi there and welcome! I’m pretty excited to share this simple, fun project the kids and I did this week using Glad Press’n Seal I picked up at Walmart. The days have been rainy nearly everyday here in Ohio, so I’m left finding ways to keep the little ones busy indoors! The great thing about this project is it can be done all year around!
A few things you’re going to need for this project are: a roll of Glad Press’n Seal, scissors, live leafs of any kind, kraft paper, stamps, ink and glue stick.
To begin, pull out and rip off a piece of the Glad Press’n Seal to your desired size. Lay it with the sticky side up. Grab a leaf or group of leaves you’ve chosen and press into place. Using kraft paper, stamps and ink, create labels according to the type of plant. Use a glue stick to hold into place. Grab another piece of Glad Press’n Seal, the same size as the first, and place sticky side down. Using your hands, push over the entire piece, leaving little to no air inside. Trim the ends and sides if needed, and voila! You now have your own little piece of botanical art!!
It’s amazing to think that a kitchen product could be used for so many different, creative things, but it’s endless! Using your imagination and creativity you can create anything! This is such a cool product because it adheres to nearly any surface!
The kids and I had a really fun time making these DIY botanical prints with leaves from around our yard! They can’t wait to make more using leaves from plants in our garden!
So what do you think? That’s easy enough, right?! What are a few creative ways you could use this product for more than just in the kitchen?
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