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These are the supplies you will need to stamp your bank.

These are the supplies you will need to stamp your bank.

Remove the stopper from the bottom of the bank. Don't lose it!

Remove the stopper from the bottom of the bank. Don't lose it!

Clip a small piece of foam into your clothes pin and paint the entire bank. Set it aside to dry.

Clip a small piece of foam into your clothes pin and paint the entire bank. Set it aside to dry.

You could use any arrangement of foam stickers for your stamps.

You could use any arrangement of foam stickers for your stamps.

Put a small amount of paint in your paint dish. You won't need very much for the stamping process.

Put a small amount of paint in your paint dish. You won't need very much for the stamping process.

Roll the stamp along the side of the bank to apply the paint. If you plan to use the stamp more than one time on your bank you will need to apply more paint to the stamp each time.

Roll the stamp along the side of the bank to apply the paint. If you plan to use the stamp more than one time on your bank you will need to apply more paint to the stamp each time.

Each time you add a new stamp you will use a new paint cup and a new piece of foam.

Each time you add a new stamp you will use a new paint cup and a new piece of foam.

Touch up any paint boo-boos with a tiny bit of paint on your paintbrush.

Touch up any paint boo-boos with a tiny bit of paint on your paintbrush.

When you're done stamping your bank, use the paint pen to add details and your name!

When you're done stamping your bank, use the paint pen to add details and your name!

Now you're ready to start saving some change!

We hope you enjoyed this Staycation Crafts for Kids Project! Please share a photo of your Stamp A Bank on our Facebook page: goo.gl/gOJ1Kv

We hope you enjoyed this Staycation Crafts for Kids Project! Please share a photo of your Stamp A Bank on our Facebook page: goo.gl/gOJ1Kv

  • 3" square wooden bank
  • Small foam stickers
  • Empty tape rolls
  • Acrylic paints
  • Paint containers
  • Paint pen
  • Small pieces of foam to apply paint
  • Old clothes pins to hold foam pieces
  • Small paintbrush or Q tip