Pineapple Craft for Toddlers: Cork Stamping

We’re going to make a pineapple craft for toddlers! We’ll be cork stamping and painting on pineapples. This is an easy and fun activity that will turn out great every time.

It’s also perfect for any age of toddler or preschooler, from 18 months to 5 years old.

This pineapple craft for toddlers offers a unique chance to paint without brushes and will have children of all ages thinking about other ways to create art using unconventional supplies!

Painting with wine corks is a great way to get your little Picasso some messy art! They are easy for kids to hold while stamping and creating adorable designs.

Painting with children can sometimes be difficult for many adults. But this unique approach blends fun and creativity. Children of all ages will want to try stamping their art using wine corks!

Let’s get started!

Pineapple Craft for Toddlers: How to Paint a Pineapple Using Corks

Supplies:

You really only need a few supplies for this simple pineapple craft for kids. Image of a paper plate with little bottles of yellow and green paint, and a wine cork.

Pineapple Painting for Kids Directions:

The first thing you’re going to do is pour a quarter size drop of each color of paint on a paper plate. It’s important to keep the colors separated so they don’t accidentally mix.

To get ready for this pineapple craft for toddlers, pour a little paint onto a paper plate. Image of a paper plate with two dots of yellow paint, one dot of green paint, and a cork.

Offer your child a cork and a sheet of paper.

Begin by outlining the shape of a pineapple in the darker shade of yellow paint, forming the sides by stamping the cork on the paper. You can either do this for your child or use a pencil to draw the outline and have your child stamp along the outline.

Learn how to make this pineapple craft for toddlers by top Hawaii blog Hawaii Travel with Kids. Image of a kid using a cork to stamp yellow paint on paper.

Next, fill in the center of the pineapple by stamping the cork with the lighter shade of yellow.

Learn how to make this easy pineapple craft for toddlers using paint and a wine cork. Image of a kid using a cork to stamp green paint on paper.

Finally, it’s time to add the stem of the pineapple by stamping the green paint.

And now you know how to complete this simple pineapple craft for toddlers. Image of a piece of white paper with yellow and green stamps to form a pineapple.

When your masterpiece is complete set it aside to dry. When it’s completely dry, hang it up on the fridge or where ever you like to hang art.

Wrap Up

We hope that you enjoyed this craft and learned how to create it for your little ones. The bright, cheerful colors will make any kid smile!

Keep in mind that the process is a bit messy so be sure to have plenty of paper towels or wet wipes on hand.

If you want more ideas like these crafts, check out our Pinterest page and find inspiration from other bloggers too. Make some pineapples at home with your kids today!

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Pineapple Craft for Toddlers: Cork Stamping

Learn how to make this adorable pineapple craft for toddlers by top Hawaii blog Hawaii Travel with Kids. Image of a pineapple painting done with cork stamping.

This is a super easy pineapple craft for toddlers where they use a cork to stamp a picture of a pineapple. Perfect to do at home or as a preschool classroom activity.

Active Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Difficulty Easy

Materials

  • A wine cork
  • 2 shades of yellow paint
  • Green paint
  • A paper plate
  • A Sheet of paper

Instructions

  1. Pour a quarter size drop of each color of paint on a paper plate.
  2. Offer your child a cork and a sheet of paper.
  3. Begin by outlining the shape of a pineapple in the darker shade of yellow paint, forming the sides by stamping the cork on the paper.
  4. Fill in the center of the pineapple by stamping the cork with the lighter shade of yellow.
  5. Add the stem of the pineapple by stamping the green paint.
  6. Allow to dry and display.

Notes

If you have 2 corks, then one can be for the green color and one can be for the yellow colors. Otherwise, just wipe off the cork in between color changes.

Looking for more Hawaii crafts for kids? Learn how to make a macrame rainbow, ocean animal suncatchers, pineapple toilet paper rolls crafts, and easy origami sharks.

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