This handmade flower masterpiece will not only bring smiles but also provide lasting memories that can be enjoyed all year round.
Handprint & Clothespin Flower
Bring the beauty of spring into your home this year with a creative and fun clothespin handprint flowers craft tutorial!
With its easy step-by-step instructions and few materials needed, this handprint flower craft idea is perfect for teachers looking for unique class projects or moms wanting something special they can do with their kids on any given day.
So grab some cardstock paper, endless amounts of love, plus the trusty old clothespins you have lying around—it’s time to create something that the world has never seen before! Happy crafting, my friends!
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This tutorial is such a cute and easy craft for kids! These clothespin handprint flowers are perfect for springtime celebrating!
- Wooden Clothespins
- Green Craft Paint
- Foam Paint Brush
- Small Paper Plate
- Choice of Color Craft Foam Sheet
- Green Craft Foam Sheet
- Kid Friendly Scissors
- School Glue
- Marker or Pencil
- First things first – squirt the green craft paint on the paper plate.
- Next grab ONE wooden clothespin.
- Have children paint their clothespin completely green. One clothespin per flower craft.
- Set aside to let it dry completely.
- While those are drying, go ahead and trace your child’s hand on their choice of colored craft foam sheet.
- Trim out the handprint design with scissors. You need one handprint per flower craft.
- Next, with the green craft foam, go ahead and cut out a simple petal shaped leaf for your flower craft.
- To assemble your Clothespin Handprint Flowers – “pinch” your handprint cutout between the clothespin and glue on your green leaf to the painted clothespin.
- Finally, get ready to show off your creations with us! Tag us on Facebook or Instagram to share! #gluedtomycrafts
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Let’s stop, take a breathe of fresh air and get ready for some craft time to unwind today!
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