I’ve rounded up the 10 best handprint craft ideas for kids, including GLITTER, gorgeous personalised gift ideas, Halloween ghosts, animals, flowers and Christmas cards.
Last week we had lots of fun making hand prints with paint. It’s such an easy, quick activity, that I decided to feature the 10 best handprint craft ideas for kids here, so that you (and we) can try some more!
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10 Amazing handprint craft ideas for kids
2. Instant artwork: handprint owls
Jill at Meet the Dubiens made this adorable handprint owl with her daughter. I love the simplicity of this design, using coloured paper – perfect for a child’s room. Here’s her step-by-step how-to.
3. The very hungry caterpillar
Another super simple idea from Think Crafts! – a handprint Very Hungry Caterpillar. This would make a great collaborative pre-school art project, with each child adding a handprint to make a very long caterpillar…
6. Halloween handprint ghosts
Possibly the cutest and least-scary ghosts ever – this craft was created by J, Rainy Day Mum’s little one and you can see the full tutorial here. How amazing would it be to do this in fluorescent paint?!
7. Rainbow handprint flower
This colourful idea from Fun Family Crafts would make a great canvas gift for a grandparent or a wonderful group art project.
Washable poster paint is perfect for this project.
10. Santa handprint Christmas card
Yes, I know it’s only September, but I really couldn’t resist this handprint Santa Christmas card from Spoonful.com. Why not bookmark or Pin this to make with your little ones in November and save yourself a fortune?
Buy Christmas card blanks here.
Last but not least, why not try one of my favourite handprint craft ideas? Use your hand to make tiny baby footprints for a new baby card (too cute)!
Are you looking for kids’ craft tape? Take a look at The Paperdashery for some super supplies…