Last month I shared a project where we used fingerling potatoes to stamp a fruit and veggie tea towel. There are so many different shapes you can make with those little guys depending on how and what angle you cut on. This time, I thought they’d be the perfect stamp to make mini cactuses!
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We cut the fingerling potatoes in half and found the best shapes to make our mini cactuses.
We used fabric paint and stamped them onto a tea cloth.
To finish them off, we dotted them with white paint for added detail.
See more details on making fingerling stamped projects on my other post right here.
Photography by Liz Stanley. Assisted by Sarah Iveson
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