Make Mud Prints
Get creative on damp days, using the mud as your paint to create wintery works of art.
What you will need:
- A piece of paper
- Clipboard (one that can be cleaned after is best)
Clip your paper onto your clipboard and take it with you on a muddy walk. Try dipping leaves, rocks or pinecones in the mud and then pressing them onto your paper like a stamp. Try making a print of your muddy wellies by placing your clipboard on the ground and stepping on the paper very gently. You can even make muddy hand prints!
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