This Handprint Father’s Day Card is a really fun card to make!
For this card, you’ll be stamping little hands that will be the fish! How cute is that? This craft is great for even the littlest toddlers and great as a preschool craft activity for Father’s Day too.
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materials for handprint father’s day card:
- White cardstock
- Permanent marker
- Small pom-poms
- Washable kids paint
- Googly eyes
- Foam paintbrush (optional. You can use a regular paintbrush but using a foam brush to paint the hand works better)
- Liquid school glue (if the googly eyes are non-adhesive)
- Bend the white cardstock in half to make a card.
- Using a paintbrush (not foam paintbrush), use green watercolors to draw seaweed (make sure the card opens up, not sideways).
- Use the foam paintbrush to paint the palm of your child’s hand with what ever paint color they desire.
- Stamp onto the card, let dry.
- Once the handprint fish is dry, glue on the googly eye and add a smile using the permanent marker.
- Lastly, draw a hook and use a pom-pom to stamp on a bobber. Likewise, you can simply glue on the pom-pom to make a 3D bobber!
- Let the kids address the card inside!
more ideas for kids
Try this Watercolor Solar System Craft!
Get those q-tips and trace some letters with this Q-tip Letter Tracing Activity.