Happy Fathers Day Childs Handprint Tree

971810_641736929189732_1109393344_nCreate by computer using clip art or paint by hand a tree on white paper. Paint your child’s hands with poster paint or watercolor paint from a tube. Use different colors and variations of colors that appear on a tree. (Blues, greens aqua, yellows) You can also use a stamp pad but the colors won’t be as pronounced. Make imprints overlapping one another. In this picture we used one hand print from each child in the family. We used clip art and printed this out on thick “cardboard/card stock” white paper. We also printed it out with Happy Father’s Day – and it would look nice if you fathomed a little wording such as a poem at the bottom. Give enough time to dry and frame your artwork. It is a little something special that can be hung in your home or used in his office.

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3 Responses to Happy Fathers Day Childs Handprint Tree

  1. segmation says:

    What beautiful art. I hope you had a nice father’s day! Aren’t craft projects the best!

    • I did have a great day – Thank you very much! I love personal hand made things from my kids – we have a tote for each of them that we keep special things that they have made, certificates, awards, extra photos etc. in. One day when we are gone I hope they find these totes comforting. They also contain letters and cards from family and friends.

  2. Izcentric says:

    Aside from enjoying these creative ideas that are most inspiring, you’ve been tagged.

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