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Noodle Bath Stamps

This is a great gift idea for little kids. I made these for my 5 year old cousin

For this project you will need
-pool noodles (free-$1)
-sharpie (on hand)
-exacto or pocket knife (on hand)
-craft paint(on hand)
-bottle of baby shampoo ($1-dollar tree)
-nylon bag ($1)
-travel bottles ($1)

Total cost of Project- free to $5

next cut into 3 to 4 in sections

decide what stamps you want to make
draw out with a sharpie and cut out with exacto knife

I thought it would be fun to personalize and spell out her name. Koya is her nickname.

Next for the paint

Squirt about a 2 teaspoons of paint into bottles. Fill the rest with baby shampoo. Shake Well.

Put all the Stamps in mesh laundry bag.

I also included a little bath poof that came with the bottles to clean the shower walls off with.


Happy Crafting!


  1. so cool! My kids would love these! I'll have to put it on my to do list

  2. Smart idea! I'll have to bookmark this for when mine is old enough to play in the bath.


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