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Hand Print Birthday Cake Card

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Easy, fun and personal, these hand print birthday cake cards are sure to be a hit with the person crafting them as well as the person receiving the card!


Hand Print card

Materials
Paint
Paint brush
Paper
Heavy paper or cardstock
Glue, glitter or other embellishments
Wet rag

Method
Paint the palm of your hand and four fingers. The palm will become the cake and the fingers the candles. Experiment with colours and patterns if you wish.


Hand Print card

Place hand print on a sheet of paper and press firmly. It helps to have an adult press down on the back of little hands to ensure good paint transfer.


Hand Print card



Hand Print card

Let the paint dry and add glitter, jewels or other paint colours. You may choose to add fingerprint flames to your candles.
Mount the completed birthday cake on your heavy paper or card stock and personalize your card.

Hand printing and fingerprinting are a fantastic way to personalize cards for family and friends and they are a fun way for toddlers and preschoolers to use paint. Check out the thumbprint face card, handprint fish card or mermaid birthday card for other printing ideas!

Categories
#Hand Print
#Birthday Cake
#Birthday Card
#Greeting Card
#Paint
#Easy
#Under 5's
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