This Mother’s Day craft is one that you can treasure year after year – use this cute handprint art to measure the growth of your children!
I LOVE Anna from My Life and Kids. She is hilarious! She’s also a great Mod Podger. Do you remember her Pottery Barn knock-off LOVE canvas or her joyful holiday tray? Anna is really good. She is back with a Mothers day craft for kids, and you are going to love this handprint art as well.
Hi, my name is Anna, and I *love* Mod Podge (almost as much as I love eating Crisco out the can). I had three kids in three years, and now I spend my days wearing mom jeans, driving a minivan and blogging at My Life and Kids. I drive my mother nuts, exercise in my underwear, and sometimes I can be serious.
For the past two Mother’s Days, I’ve made a very special project for myself: handprint art. Our tradition is only two years old, but I know it’s one that will last.
Mother’s Day Handprint Art
Supplies You Will Need
- Mod Podge Matte (you can use the Paper version but you don’t have to)
- Foam craft brush
- Scrapbook paper
- Canvas – one for each hand
Step 2: Trace your kids’ hands onto the paper you chose. Cut them out.
Step 6: Repeat as necessary with each hand. Let them dry for 24 hours.