To make a Christmas Wreath with your kidlet’s Handprints…
All you need:
Red Glitter or Paint
A bowl of water with a face washer
A4 or A3 sized piece of paper/cardboard depending on the size you want
Christmas coloured pipe cleaner or piece of ribbon to hang
All you do:
Draw your best circle in the middle of your paper about the size of a saucer or upside down bowl. This will be your guideline for where to place the handprints.
Lay your towel on the floor and have your bowl of water and face washer at the ready.
Now for the fun part… Paint your kidlet’s hand with green paint and then place their palm towards the circle with their fingers facing out to the edge of the paper. (if during the painting process your kidlet becomes ticklish, try placing the green paint onto a plastic plate and placing a wet sponge on top. Press their hand lightly onto the sponge and you will see the paint seeping through).
Repeat this process until you have printed handprints all the way around the inner circle.
After you have cleaned up all the green handprints in the bathroom if you are lucky enough to get their hands washed without paint everywhere WELL DONE! You can now add some blobs of glue and sprinkle the red glitter over the top.
Wait until the paper is all dry and then cut out the inner circle as well as around the finger tips to give the wreath a leaf effect.
Now you can hang it up by threading the ribbon or pipe cleaner through the middle.