Father’s Day is coming soon, so yesterday, we created a hand print based Father’s Day card. This can be adapted for grandpa or any special male figure in your little ones life!
- Paper (We used a white paper, but you can use construction paper as well)
- Red, Black, and Green Paint
- A Crayon, Marker, or Colored Pencil
- Cotton Swabs or Paint Brush
I started by folding the paper in half and writing “Daddy I Love You” on the front half. If your child is old enough to copy something you write, then you can write it on a separate piece of paper and let them write it on the card.
Next, I dipped my little one’s hand into red paint and helped her put it into the inside of the card.
After it dried a bit, we used a cotton swab to put little black dots around the hand print. Next, we used a new cotton swab to make the top of the strawberry. You can also use a paint brush. I like cotton swabs because they are easy for a toddler to use.
Once everything we dry, I wrote “Berry Much” to finish off the card. You can also sign your little ones name and put the year near the hand print.
This easy card will bring back memories for years to come!