Looking for a fun and easy way to introduce your kids to the world of printmaking? Look no further than LEGO and Duplo!

This classic toy, that our kids absolutely adore, has endless possibilities for creative play, including making unique prints that your kids will love. In this craft article, I will show you how to use LEGO and Duplo bricks to create a fun and unique robot print.

This activity is perfect for both young and older kids, but is especially fun for toddlers with smaller hands, and is sure to bring some joy and creativity to your kids’ day.

Crafting can also be a great way to reduce stress and anxiety, both for children and adults. Taking the time to engage in a calming and enjoyable activity like this one can help to promote relaxation and mindfulness, which can have a positive impact on mental health and well-being. This is really important as we go into the cooler months.

So, grab your bricks and get ready to make a one-of-a-kind robot print with your little ones!

Print Making with LEGO and DUPLO

What you will need:

Print Making with LEGO and DUPLO - materials

Resene test pots in any colour you like (we used Resene Yes Please and Rusty Nail)
Googly eyes (optional)
Radom LEGO and Duplo pieces.
A paper bag or paper plate for putting your paint on

What to do

1. Smear out some paint onto the paper bag or plate.

Print Making with LEGO and DUPLO - Resene Yes Please

2. Choose a selection of brick pieces you think would make a fun looking robot.

3. Stamp your bricks into the paint and start printing the shape of your lego onto your paper.

Print Making with LEGO and DUPLO - shapes2

4. Glue on some eyes.

Print Making with LEGO and DUPLO - shapes

5. Don’t stop at just one! Make a whole family of robots, and keep stamping until the paint runs out!
robot print making

If you enjoyed this printmaking activity be sure to try out Printmaking with cardboard tubes and stamp making .

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