Arts and Craft For Toddler: Hand-print Flowers

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Learn how to make these cute hand-print flowers, the perfect arts and craft for a toddler! This easy craft can also make the perfect gift for a mom, dad, grandma, or grandpa! It’s also a fun craft for spring or summer, or when learning about plants or flowers.

Materials Needed For this Arts and Craft for Toddler:

For this easy art project you’ll need

  • Non-toxic, washable children’s paint
  • 1 Ceramic tile big enough for a child’s hand-print
  • A paintbrush
  • A non-toxic sealant, like Mod Podge

 

 

Directions For Arts and Craft for Toddler: Hand-print Flowers

 

First, paint your toddler’s hand green (it doesn’t matter which hand… if you have a big enough tile you could even do both hands). Place your toddler’s painted hand in the middle of the tile. If you don’t like the way the hand-print looks, simply wash it off and try again.

 

 

Next, let the hand-print tile dry. Then paint flowers on the the top of the fingers and thumb. Add leaves, grass, or any other decorative touches you’d like and let the tile dry completely before moving on to the next step.

 

 

 

Finally, apply a layer of the sealant over the top of your toddler’s arts and craft project with a clean paintbrush and let it dry. Once it’s dry, it’s ready to be displayed, just remember to keep away from toddler since it is breakable!  Makes a great gift for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or Christmas!

 

 

If you’re giving this craft as a gift from your toddler, consider wrapping it in adorable toddler-made wrapping paper.

 

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