It’s an easy and creative project that celebrates all the people who have helped your child grow in big and small ways, whether they are teachers, mentors, friends, family members… or even mom or grandma on Mother’s Day!
Put your little ones’ creativity to work and help them make these beautiful paper flower pots – they’ll have so much fun!
This latest craft activity from us, encourages positive thinking while letting children explore their own unique style of expression as they create colorful handprint flowers made from cardstock paper!
So come on – let’s get our creativity flowing and show some appreciation for those special people around us who know how to make each day just a little bit brighter.
I hope you not only are inspired by our adorable handprint flower craft tutorial but that you grab the free printable I’ve provided as well! Happy crafting, my friends! We hope you have a wonderful day!
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To complete this handprint flower pot craft all you need are a few craft supplies and time, and your kiddo can have a super unique art piece to gift to those who taught or helped them along the way. Let’s get started!
To complete this unique handprint flowerpot craft, all you need to do is print out the provided “thanks for helping me grow” file on light brown cardstock paper. You only need ONE flowerpot print out per craft. Go ahead and trim it out with scissors and discard the excess paper.
Next trace your child’s hand THREE times, on THREE different colors of cardstock paper. Trim out each traced design from the paper. These will become your flower petals.
Now grab another piece of colored cardstock paper and staple on the flowerpot cutout to the bottom of it.
Finally glue on the THREE handprints in the center of the paper, along with some green stems and leaf cutouts, to bring the flowers to life.
And that’s it! It’s honestly doesn’t get any easier than this! This flowerpot keepsake craft can happen within minutes and I sure hope you give this great project a try today!
A quick note – you can also use washable craft paint for your child’s handprints instead!
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