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Flower Handprint

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Flower Handprint CIY Video Poster Frame
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With the helping hands of your little artist, watch creativity bloom using My First Crayola Fingerpaints! Little ones can make a Flower Handprint accented by butterfly fingerprints.

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FLOWER HANDPRINT CRAFT KIT: Features 4 My First Crayola Washable Fingerpaints in Red, Yellow, Blue, and Green, 20 Paper Sheets, 3 Palm Grasp Washable Crayons in Red, Yellow, and Blue, and 1 Art Smock.

Craft Kit supplies pictured above. Additional supplies may be needed.

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Steps:

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Decoupage Mothers Day Picture Frame Step 1

1 Squeeze fingerpaint on 2 disposable plates.

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Decoupage Mothers Day Picture Frame Step 2

2 Dip a little hand into paint and press it on cardstock to form a flower.

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Decoupage Mothers Day Picture Frame Step 3

3 Draw the flower stem with a palm-grasp crayon.

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Decoupage Mothers Day Picture Frame Step 4

4 Dip a finger into paint and add fingerprints around the flower.

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Decoupage Mothers Day Picture Frame Step 5

5 To make butterflies, draw wings around the fingerprints with a palm-grasp crayon. Dry 1–2 hours.

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Decoupage Mothers Day Picture Frame Step 6

6 Sign your little artist’s name and proudly display!

CIY Staff Tips:

  • My First Crayola products are specially designed for little hands, so be sure to help your little artist with the finer details that they may have difficulty with.
  • Before your little artist creates, be sure to put on their smock!
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