What can you make with hand prints?

What can you make with hand prints?

11 ingenious crafts you can make with handprints and footprints

  1. Create a quirky llama character.
  2. Capture footprints in sand forever.
  3. Dandelion flower with thumbprints.
  4. Footprint trucks.
  5. Handprint duck.
  6. Family handprints framed as a beautiful keepsake.
  7. Two happy little penguins.

What can I make a wreath out of?

These wreaths have been made with all sorts of materials—natural evergreens, straw, pinecones, coffee filters, Christmas ornaments, even fresh cranberries (one of Martha’s favorite wreaths of all time). Wreaths are most often associated with Christmas, but they make beautiful decorations year-round.

How do you make a Christmas wreath out of paper plates?

Start by cutting out a circle in the middle of the paper plate. Cut strips of light and dark green colored paper. Loop it around the plate then glue the ends together. Once they dry, go around and cut little triangles out of the ends.

What paint do you use for hand prints?

The best ones to use for handprint painting are *washable tempera paints. They should be labeled non-toxic and be sure to check that the label says washable. You will want ones that are not too runny and not too dry.

What is handprint craft?

Handprint crafts make the perfect little keepsakes. You can always remember your child’s handprint with any of these handprint projects. All of these crafts are easy and use simple supplies. There are animal handprints, holiday-themed handprints, and even handprints that you can give out to friends and family as gifts.

How do you make a tissue paper wreath?


  1. Cut the tissue paper into 1 to 2 inch squares.
  2. Cut the center out of the paper plate to leave a round “donut” shape.
  3. Wrap each square of tissue paper over the top of a pencil, dip in glue and stick it to the paper plate.
  4. Continue until you have filled the entire plate with tissue to create your wreath.

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