Baking tin printing

2 Feb

Our non stick baking trays had lost most of their non stickiness so we went out and bought a new load. So with the old tins I decided to do some printing. We selected our colours, squeezed on a blob and mixed it all round with a paint brush.

Then we got our paper and pressed it into the tin, patted it down to ensure it was fully covered and pulled up to review our print.

This proved to be one of our more successful creative activities and resulted in 11 different prints. Normally these type of activities last about 5 minutes so I was quite pleased.


2 Responses to “Baking tin printing”

  1. Cara S. February 2, 2012 at 1:47 pm #

    Good idea! I’m filing this away. My 18 month old might enjoy this on a rainy day in a few months!

    And it’s a great reason to buy new bakeware!

    • entertainingmonsters February 2, 2012 at 4:53 pm #

      Hooray, you are the first person to comment on my first ever post! Glad you enjoyed.

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