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Be Mine Valentine Handprint

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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These handprints could be used to decorate a card for Valentine's Day or Mother's Day or just for someone you love.



Handprint, heart, valentine


Time: 5 minutes
Age: Under 5's, 5-10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Card
Red paint
Paper

Method
Cut a heart shape from some paper, smaller than the palm of your child.



Handprint, heart, valentine


Stick the heart on their palm, we used a little double sided tape to keep it in place.



Handprint, heart, valentine


Paint their hand red. This part can be quite tickly and will generate a few giggles.



Handprint, heart, valentine


Remove the heart and let your child stamp their hand on a card.



Handprint, heart, valentine


Alternatively, place the paper heart on a piece of paper.
Paint your child's hand red and let them gently stamp it on the paper with the heart to the centre of their palm.



Handprint, heart, valentine


Carefully remove the paper heart to reveal the heart shape below.


Categories
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Easy
#Valentines Day
#Red
#Handprint
#Greeting Card
#Monthers Day
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