Friday, March 26, 2010

Handprint Cards

I love hand print crafts. And my toddler loves her to have her hands painted :)
So I take advantage of this to make homemade greeting cards for family members. 
Here are a few from the past few months.
  Hand print birthday cakes

Footprint ghost & palm print pumpkin cards

Hand print turkey cards

 Hand print Santa card

For Easter this year we made cards using the idea I found at Moments of Mommyhood
I put paint on her finger to make the nose and eyes. C made the smiles all by herself.

 And I made 2 of these cards for C's Grandma and Great Grandma who have birthdays next week.
It is incredibly hard to paint a 4 week old's hand :)


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4 comments:

  1. I am a huge fan of handprints and even made a calendar one year with my class when I still taught K. They are great keepsakes and a lot of fun. The last one with both handprints is too precious because you can really see the difference in size!

    We've been making little hangings out of ours. You just do the handprint on cardstock and then I use glue dots to attach the paper to felt. Cut out with pinking shears and add a ribbon with eyelets. Very fun to hang around the house on knobs.

    Thanks for linking up over at ABC.

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  2. I love all this handprint art. So cute! The birthday cakes are so creative :)

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