Handprint Art is super fun to make and it becomes something to treasure for years to come. Honestly, how can any parent can discard anything with your child’s handprints on it! Those little hands are just too precious…
Mother’s Day Handprint Art
Need an easy and inexpensive, yet still adorable and practical gift to make for Mother’s Day? Grandmas and moms will love using these handprint tulip dish towels that the kids made for them.
Cute handprint Work Gloves and a Father’s Day handprint poem make the perfect practical yet sentimental Father’s Day gift!
This Fourth of July craft is super simple and only takes about 1-2 minutes to paint the flag on your child’s hand. I think the free printable you can download, makes it even more special and could easily be framed and featured with your other patriotic decorations!
At the beginning of every school year, my student’s first “homework” was always to make a family tree out of each of their family member’s handprints. The handprints become the leaves for the tree. Here is a fun version of a handprint family tree using our fingerprints as well!
Christmas Handprint Art
My favorite ornaments on the tree are always ones the kids have made, but nothing can compete with the baby handprint ornaments. We make an ornament each year (see this year’s here), but their chubby little baby fingers melt my heart and always will!
This simple handprint reindeer craft can serve two purposes: Turn the brown bag upside down and make puppets or fill it with Christmas goodies to make a cute gift bag!
Not only is this activity a wonderful Christmas keepsake…it would also make a great gift for grandparents or other family members! And pretty much any child who can sit still long enough for you to trace their little hands can participate!
Make this adorable Handprint Christmas Tree. It was super easy and the boys had lots of fun! We did add one little “surprise” to our tree as well, along with some fingerprint ornaments!