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Canada Flag Handprint Card

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Celebrate Canada and create a fun and easy handprint Canadian flag. This is a great activity to do for Canada Day (July 1st) or use it as a jumping off point for learning about and creating flags from other countries.



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Time: 15 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials


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White cardstock
Plate or flat container to spread paint
Paint brush
Red paint
Painter's tape (or any low tack tape)

Method
Fold the white cardstock in half and tape to a table or flat work surface at 3 equal intervals using the painter's tape.



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Mark the sections to be painted red and let the painting begin!



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Allow the paint a bit of time to dry and remove the painter's tape. The tape will leave crisp lines and will not tear the paper.
Now the messy, fun part can start. Paint a hand red or squish it around on the plate of paint. Ensure there is good coverage.
Stamp the hand onto the middle of the card, between the two red rectangles.



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Let dry and write a message in your personalized Canada flag card.

You could also create one-of-a-kind Canada shirts with this method using red fabric paint and a white tshirt.

Categories
#Handprints
#Easy
#Any Age
#Canada
#Canada Flag
#Greeting Card
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
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