10 Amazing DIY art and craft ideas using vegetables

by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on September 10, 2015

Take a look at 10 amazing art and craft, DIY ideas that make use of vegetables. Now gift your loved ones something really creative (and edible too!)

As a kid, I would often indulge in vegetable stamping. Nothing useful, just that whenever I felt bored, would ask mom to give me a sliced carrot which was dipped in a pool of purple, pink and blue, and there it went- a stamp on the wall. Later, all the mess had to be cleared. There I went, spending hours and hours rubbing the wall with the sponge and water ūüėČ

But, I don’t mean to put you and your little one in agony. DIY stamping, painting and all the art and craft involving vegetables can be fun too. Mummies¬†and daddies must chop vegetables neatly, in thin slices or maybe into bits and pieces with proper structure and well-defined outlines. Hand it over to your babies and let them paint or stamp the walls, linen, plain bags, white- tees, cream (plain with no print on it) scarves with them. A thank you or a greeting card can also look cute with such art! And on a special day, let them gift a flower made out of veggies to their loved ones. Yah! These are edible too ūüėČ

The images are self-explanatory. For more details, you can click on the links given under the ‘image source’.

1. Lettuce Flower PaintingDIY ideas 12

2. Apple Color PaintingDIY ideas 13

3. Carrot & Cucumber FlowerDIY ideas 14

4. Okra (Ladyfinger) Printed Thank you CardsDIY ideas 15

5. Vegetable stamped Greeting CardDIY ideas 16

6. Corn Print ScarfDIY ideas 17

7. Celery Stamped Bouquet of FlowersDIY ideas 18

8. Colorful Citrus StampingDIY ideas 19

9. Pines Cone Fish ScalesDIY ideas 20

10. Apple Print Carry BagDIY ideas 21




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