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For Mother’s Day this year the kiddos decided to make Handprint Flower Bouquet Picture. Mother’s Day is in about 3 weeks.
The girls made this craft about 5 years ago. The girls are much older they were able to do these mostly on their own. While I helped the little guy with his part.
Handprint Flower Bouquet Picture
The handprint flower bouquet picture is a fun and simple craft for toddlers and kids that makes a wonderful gift for moms, dads, grandparents, friends, and family.
The kiddos picked out their colors for each “flower”. They also picked where to put each handprint “flower” which explains why the bouquets are each unique.
- Assorted craft paint
- Foam brush(es)
- Old sheet, newspaper, or plastic tablecloth to protect your work surface
- Cover your work surface.
- Pick out one paint color.
- Place a dollop of paint on the foam brush.
- Paint the palm of the child’s hand.
- Firmly press the child’s hand down on the card stock in desired place.
- Repeat steps 2-4 three to four times per child alternating hands as desired.
- Paint a pot or vase shape below the hand prints.
- Using a green paint, draw stems and leaves if you want.
- Allow the bouquet to dry completely.
- Write a message in marker on the pot or around the bouquet.
The kids wanted a full bouquet so we layered the hand prints to create that effect.
I think these hand bouquets are adorable! They were also fun to make! Plus they are great for other holidays or events too. We made a “Thinking of You” one too.
The Handprint Flower Bouquet Picture is so simple and fun. Not to mention it is just the cutest. The kids really had a lot of fun creating their flowers.
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Have a great day!
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