Handprint Flowerpot {Kid Craft}

Handprint Flowerpot {Kid Craft}

Hi friends! It’s hard to believe {I’m probably jinxing myself as I type this up} but there is NO snow in our forecast for the next TEN days. Apparently Wyoming IS getting the message that spring is suppose to be here. I’m not complaining at all {I’ll save the complaining for when the snow returns} but I’m just shocked that the weather is working in my favor this week. We are meeting up with my husband at his military training today and watching him graduate tomorrow morning. It’s been a long six weeks and I’m ready for things to get back to normal. At least, as much as they can be. So with that being said – go away snow!!! Don’t come back till the end of the year. ;)

Now enough about me and my anger towards snow – back to the blog post. Today I’m sharing a VERY easy kid craft. Moms – no excuses! From the crafty expert to the novice – this craft is SIMPLE! It’s in honor of spring, but honestly it can be done all year long. I’m planning on putting this piece in my scrapbook. I could even see this being turned into a Mother’s Day gift or wall decor.

Supplies:
* Cardstock
* Green Paint
* Paint Brush
* Flower Stickers

Directions:
* Paint your child’s hand green and have them press it in the center of the cardstock. Let it dry.
* Once dry, paint/glue on a piece of brown cardstock to represent the flowerpot.
* For each finger, stick a flower sticker on the cardstock. If desired, embellish.

Handprint Flowerpot {Kid Craft}

If you enjoyed this craft, you may also enjoy these spring inspired crafts:
Salt Dough Gift Tags
Clothespin Bunnies
Handprint Sunshine Canvas

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