I have mentioned my love for kids’ handprint art many times over the years. Those tiny chubby fingers, stamped or traced, fill my keepsake boxes. If you should happen to feel the same way about tiny handprints—then you are in luck! This post is full of handprint art ideas!
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Handprint Tree Free Template
To start things off, you’ll want to grab this Free Tree Handprint Art Template! Create a tree for every season, your favorite season, or just have fun with handprints and fingerprints to make your tree one-of-a-kind. Get yours right here:
Keepsake Worthy Kids Handprint Art Ideas
Five Reasons I Love Grandma – This cute handprint was used as a Valentine, but it would be a sweet love note anytime!
A Handprint Kindness Card – This adorable handprint card is perfect for any occasion or even a simple “hello.” Did I mention it’s a pop-up card too?
Handprint T-Shirts – We made these handprint keepsake t-shirts at a family gathering years ago!
Canada Flag – For my Canadian friends, how about a handprint Canada flag for celebrating Canada Day?
Giraffe by The Wills Family – This is so cute!
Owls by Kids Activities Blog – I love the idea of doing this with siblings!
Ducks, Cows, and Sheep by Adventures in Mommyhood – Such sweet and simple crafts for a farm unit!
Lion and Lambs by Meet the Dubiens – Will March come in like a lion, or a lamb? Either way, you are set with these sweet handprint crafts! Grab some paper, paint, and construction paper, and you’re good to go.
Chicken by Artsy Craftsy Mom – As you may know, we have a thing for chickens at our house… and we will certainly be making these at our hatch day party!
Ballerina Tutu by Meet the Dubiens (link no longer available) – I know I already included Jill Dubien in this round-up… but how sweet is this tutu?! Find some simple pink ribbon for the added cute bow.
Elephant by Art by Cari (link no longer available) – We made elephants similar to these with Benjamin’s teeny tiny 3-month-old hands. I have them framed, waiting to hang in his nursery (waiting for a year now…).
Sunflower by Creations by TamiLynn (link no longer available) – We have sunflowers all over our house… but none made with little chubby hands—yet! This looks great in a frame, too.
ABC Animal Handprints by Craftulate – A handprint animal for each and every letter of the alphabet! Thank you, Craftulate!!
12 Months of Handprint Art by East Coast Mommy – A cute handprint art idea for each month. This would make such an adorable calendar!
With all of these great handprint art ideas, we certainly have plenty of inspiration to keep little hands busy!
- You have children 18 months to 3 years old.
- You would like to do regular, simple, and meaningful activities with your little one.
- You want your child to develop appropriate skills through play.
- No prior skills are needed!
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