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50 Handprint Keepsakes to Make Mom for Mother's Day
Mother's Day is the perfect time to show your mom how much you love and appreciate all that she does. Older kids may enjoy cooking breakfast. Younger kids may like making her a handmade card or a craft. A craft that is popular with little ones is handprint art. From thumbprint flowers to handmade jewelry, the possibilities seem to be endless and make such a precious gift. Here are 50 handprint

How to make a Paper Plate Handprint Chick for Easter
What kinds of fun crafts have you been making with kids for Easter? My daughter and I recently made a paper plate handprint chick. Here's how we made it: First place a blob of yellow paint in the palm of the child's hand, then have them rub their hands together. Use a paintbrush to cover any areas that may have been missed. Make handprints on a piece of paper. Repeat these steps using the

Fun Handprint and Footprint Easter Crafts for Kids
Don't you just love all the pretty pastel colors associated with Easter? We always tend to go a little crazy creating all kinds of fun handprint and footprint Easter crafts. There are so many creative ways to celebrate this cheerful holiday. Here is a round up of over 30 crafts for kids made with little hands and feet from our archives and from other bloggers. Please click the colored link (

Earth Day Handprint Crafts for Kids
Earth Day is celebrated around the world on April 22. It's a great time to talk with children about the importance of taking care of the Earth, recycling, natural resources, and ways to preserve our planet. Make learning about these important topics fun with these Earth Day handprint crafts for kids. Pictured: Fingerprint Tree Shirt + 4 more ideas - She KnowsPuffy Paint Paper Plate Earth 

Handprint Rainbow and Leprechaun
Since my kids love all things rainbow, we decided to get a head start on St Patrick's Day crafts. We ending up making a handprint rainbow and leprechaun. Big Brother is learning about leprechauns in kindergarten right now so it ties in perfectly. Today he told me that when I say leprechaun trap I have to whisper the word 'trap' and if he catches one he will get his pot of gold..... too cute!

Happy Birthday Dr Seuss! {Read Across America Day}
Happy birthday Dr Seuss! Today (March 2nd)  is Read Across America Day which also celebrates this great author. I am inviting you to link up any handprint and footprints crafts that you have made to go along with his books. Please feel free to link as many as you'd like! (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s);

Valentine's Fun with Duck Tape ..... and a super cute poem!
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Duck Brand provided by ShurTech Brands, LLC. All opinions are 100% mine. Don't you just love all the fun colored and printed duck tapes that are available nowadays? I am in love with quite a few of them and love that they have so many holiday designs. There seems to be an endless amount of things that can be made with them. I am excited to be

Handprint Flowers in a Duck Tape Vase
These Handprint Flowers in a vase are perfect for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, or just because. Our vase is made with heart duck tape, but there are so many colors and patterns to choose from. How to make the Duck Tape Vase: Cut an empty paper towel tube to the height you would like your vase to be. Tape the bottom with duck tape of choice so that there is no longer a hole. Wrap the tape

Mommy's Sweetheart Handprint Craft
We love doing mommy and me crafts! Here is a cute Valentine's Day inspired one my daughter and I made together using our handprints. First, I painted my hands red. The easiest way to do this is to place a blob of paint in the palm of your hand. Rub your hands together making sure to get the fingertips until both hands are completely covered with paint. Instead of having the fingers spread

Valentine's Day Handprint and Footprint Crafts {Master List}
Handmade Valentines are such a sweet way to to enjoy this fun holiday. We have made quite a few Valentine's Day Crafts with handprint, footprints, and fingerprints since starting this blog years ago. Here is our Master List of all the ones we have done so far. I will keep adding all future posts as we do them so be sure to reference this list when searching our blog for inspiration. All

Snowy Owl Handprint Craft
Isn't this toilet paper tube craft owl-dorable? Stop by our post on the Gummy Lump Toys blog to see how we made this snowy owl handprint craft. Let's Connect! Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram | Google+ | Kids Crafts blog

Handprint Poem and Canvas Keepsake
This precious canvas keepsake is made with my daughter's handprints and a cute handprint poem. We have it proudly displayed in our living room as decor. Stop by our article on the What to Expect website to get the step-by-step tutorial on how we made it. ~ ✿ link parties ✿ ~ Let's Connect! Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram | Google+ | Kids Crafts blog

Handprint Christmas Cards
Did you have a good Christmas? Like a lot of people we have been busy (and sick), but I still wanted to share the adorable handprint Christmas cards my son made for his teachers. We made the handprint polar bear by adding a thumbprint under the thumb to create the face. The ears and tail are made with the pinky finger. He wrote "Have a Bear-y Merry Christmas!" on it. For the handprint Rudolf

Winter Handprint Art
Big Brother and Little Sister had a blast making these winter painting crafts! Head on over to the Gummy Lump Toys blog to see the other ones we made and to get the puffy paint recipe - it's super easy to make! Let's Connect! Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram | G+ | Kids Crafts blog

We made a LEGO Minifigure Holiday Card & you can too!
This post brought to you by LEGO. All opinions are 100% mine. I was so excited for my little guy to create his very own LEGO Minifigure Family and holiday card. He is so into games that allow him to create and design characters so I knew he would enjoy this ..... and he did! He is 6 years old and was able to make the card all by himself while Little Sister (toddler-aged) sat

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