Isn't this precious? I will have to say that using my 2 year old's hands to form a heart shape was a lot harder than I expected it to be! I imagine a preschooler or older would be able to do this very easily.
Heart-Shaped Handprint Valentine
I used an old heart-shaped box from a Valentine's Day gift from the hubby one year but you could probably do the old school way of folding another sheet of paper in half to cut a symmetrical heart shape. The foam stickers are from a Valentine's kit that I bought at Wal-mart for $5. We have been using these to make tons of fun art projects!<
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So cute! I am going to do something similar with Dawson, hopefully it turns out as well as yours did!<br /><br />My plan is to put his handprints in red on a white paper, let them dry and then tape a heart over the handprints and let him paint in red. That way when I take off the taped heart his handprints will be in heart and I can say he made it since he will be painting it. Does that make
Miller Moments says
Sounds fun Jamie! I think I understand what you are saying- it took me reading it twice but I'll blame that on being sick so my brain doen't want cooperate with me...lol! I have others that I need to put the finishing touches on but am so behind on posting (in both blogs) because of this yuckiness I feel! Thankful my little one isn't sick 🙂