Sunday, March 3, 2013

Hand Print Flower

The Sunday Showcase

My son and I made this for my niece awhile ago and I completely forgot about it until I went to my sister's house and saw it on the wall.  

I absolutely love it and think it can be used for any occasion for a boy, girl, parent, or grandparent.  I don't have any pictures of the process, but it is very simple.  

I traced and cut out his left and right hands and did his right hand in one color and his left in another.  I used foam instead of paper, but it would work with any paper.  I would suggest using card stock or attach it to card stock so that it can stay firm.  

I cut out a circle and a stem and leaves.  I glued everything together using craft glue and alternating the left and the right hand cutouts.  

I used a picture of the kids together in the middle and I had my son tell me things he likes about his cousin.  He was only 2 so I had to help him out a little!  

I wrote on it with a Sharpie permanent marker and TaDa, you have a handprint flower!

Linked up on Project Inspired 


  1. Love this adorable flower art! Those sayings are just perfect - what a great gift! Thanks for sharing at project inspired!

    1. Thanks for stopping by and checking it out. It was such a fun craft. I plan on doing some more for grandparents soon!

  2. What a sweet way to show love to someone. I'm featuring this on The Sunday Showcase tomorrow.

  3. That's really neat!
    Thanks for hooking up at the Hump Day Hook Up

  4. Adorable! I remember similar projects from my kids in preschool - hard to remember when their hands were that little!

  5. How cute! I miss when mine were little enough to do these kind of projects

  6. This is super cute! I want to try it with my son.


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