10 best kids handprint art projects

Today is Tuesday, and I am sharing my favourite handprint projects I have recently discovered on Pinterest, as part of Oh Amanda‘s Top Ten Tuesday.

There is something extra special about a kids craft made with your own kids handprints – they are unique and it captures that time when their wee hands were tiny.  I wish I had got my kids to make some of these when they were smaller.

Maybe these ideas will inspire you…..

1. Handprint Hungry Caterpillar



2. Handprint Seasons



 

3. Handprint Christmas Tree


 

4. Handprint Pumpkin


 

5. Handprint Peacock


 

6. Handprint Spider

 

7. Handprint Goldfish


8. Handprint Dino


9. Sheep Easter Card


10. Baby feet – lovely momento


These were my top ten ideas – there are lots more saved in my Pinterest Boards.This is the link to my  Kids Handprint Crafts board and you can follow all my Pinterest boards HERE.

Which is YOUR favourite?

Have you come across any other cute or ingenious handprint activities? Please share them in the comments.

Be sure to check out the blogs/sites from these Pinterest links – there are lots more inspirational ideas.

For more Top Ten Tuesday, visit the lovely Oh Amanada.

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Tomorrow I am planning to share a tried and tested Banana Bread, and coming soon, my trip to ATLANTA! – come back tomorrow, see you then.

Comments

  1. says

    I’m in love with these, and trying to talk my 14 year old daughter who is nearly full grown into doing one for me anyway.

    She loves the goldfish, and I love the peacock and the very hungry catepillar and the pumpkin and the….I think I love nearly all of them.

    Precious ideas!!! Get your kids to do them!!!

  2. says

    Definitely will be following your board. I have a board on activities for kids and a lot of these will make a good addition to that board.

  3. Christine says

    Had a look at your crafts on your pinterest board and love the red hand print that looks like Santa falling over. Hand prints are simple yet so effective. Lots of good ideas listed thanks.

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