Hand Print and Hand Shape Arts and Crafts
May 29th, 2012 by Craftylocks

Put your hands together for these handy crafts.

It is probably not normal to be excited about being able to make super cute elephants out of hand prints, but I was very excited when we made these. The hand print makes the perfect elephant shape once you add a few details.
The fish is very popular in hand print art circles! It is very easy for a child to add just a few details to their hand print and they have a fish. Make a tropical fish by painting a pattern on the hand before printing it.
Another classic hand print, and for a very good reason. What a perfect way to tug at heart strings!
Hand and Foot Shape Reindeer
Trace a foot, and print some hands to create this cute reindeer.
Hand Print Santa
Perfect for making Christmas Greeting Cards.
Thanksgiving Turkey
Make a whole lot of these and you will have a rafter of turkeys. I had to look that one up, but apparently that is what a group of turkey’s is called.
Hand Print Ghosts
A spooktastic craft.
Autumn or Fall Hand Leaf Tree
The whole family can have a hand in this craft.
Hand Shape and Tissue Paper Tree
Don’t stop with the hand, put the whole arm into this craft.
Hand Print Octopus
This hand print picture will make a splash
Hand Print Sheep
Sheep or perhaps a sheep dog? – but either way a cute craft.
Hand Print Butterfly
Find the shapes created by your hand print to create this butterfly
Hand Shape Frog
Easy and effective frog craft like this is very handy to know about!
Hand Print Fish
One of the classic hand print crafts for great reason – hands turn into a school of fish very easily
Paper Hand Lilies
One of the best – a very effective craft that is very easy
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One Response  
Me writes:
January 14th, 2011 at 5:18 am

I just did a whole post about how much my daughter loves making hand-prints! We will DEFINITELY be doing these soon! And with Valentine’s day right around the corner, the heart is just in time!

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