This Mother’s Day handprint card is so adorable! What mom wouldn’t love receiving a special kid-made card for Mother’s Day or her birthday? A card that is made with her child’s handprint . A lovely card that mom will love and keep.
It would make a great classroom Mother’s Day craft for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartens. Kids can personalized their cards to make them look more like mom and decorate with flowers or ribbons.
If you like handprint crafts as much as we do, here are a few more ideas you can try for Mother’s Day: handprint flower bouquet and handprint flowers. The handprint sunshine card is also beautiful, as well as the handprint purrfect card.
For even more ideas, make sure to check out this collection of 15 Mother’s Day handprint cards– – you will find plenty of ideas for kids of all ages.
When Father’s Day comes, you can try this handprint cards version for dad or grandpa.
This Mother’s Day handprint card is a great addition to our Mother’s Day craft collection. You will find here ideas that incorporate nature elements, household items or made with just paper.
Mother’s Day handprint card
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- white cardstock paper
- googly eyes
- pink construction paper
- circle punch
- red marker
How to make the Mother’s Day handprint card
Step 1: Take the white cardstock paper and fold it in half. Trace the child’s right hand on the paper and make sure that the pinkie goes along the fold line. Cut out the handprint card.
Step 2: Paint the fingers to match mom’s hair color.
Step 3: Glue on the googly eyes and use a red marker to draw a heart-shaped mouth. Make two little circles from pink paper and glue them on, one on each side of the mouth.
Step 4: Once the paint has dried out completely, kids can decorate the hair with a few little flowers or a bow.
Step 5: Write a short message for mom.
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