10 Kids' Handprint and Footprint Craftscraftyamy
Do you remember being young and painting with your hands? What kid doesn’t love it! I’ve noticed so many handprint and footprint crafts on Pinterest that I had to share some of my favorites. The projects are so very cute – it was hard to choose because it seems a handprint or footprint can be made into anything, ranging from animals to holiday to vehicles. I like the idea of making the handprint or footprint into a gift, like the handprint Santa card above. Continue through the jump to see more ideas and then let me know which is your favorite!
Fun Fishbowl 1 of 9You can make an entire aquarium with handprint fish in various sizes and colors.
Visit the post at Walking by the Way
Pretty Peacock 2 of 9After children make the feathers with handprints, they can decorate them with more paint colors and thumbprints.
Learn how it was done at Sweet and Lovely Crafts
Snowy Footmen 3 of 9These children's footprints were made into a cheery and festive table runner.
See more images at Craft, Interrupted
Cute Tractor 4 of 9Use a child's foot to stamp the main tractor body, then use paint and household items to add the fun details.
Learn more about the project at Handprint and Footprint Art
Hand Pirate 5 of 9This salty pirate was made with a few colors and the addition of some fun details.
Get the step-by-step at Handprint and Footprint Art
Christmas (Foot) Tree 6 of 9It would be fun to track a child's growth with a new Christmas tree footprint each year.
Learn more about the project at Kideas
Sweet Tutu 7 of 9A little ballerina will love painting her hands pink to make this cute tutu.
Find the how-to at Meet the Dubiens
Handephant 8 of 9A thumb makes a perfect trunk, just add an eye and ear to make it an elephant.
Visit the post at Junk in Their Trunk
Painted Ladybug 9 of 9In this tutorial, a child paints the bottom of his or her foot two colors to make a lifelike ladybug.
Get the tutorial at Crafty-Crafted
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