My son and his buddy made Handprint Father's Day Cards last week.
Each boy painted their hand and placed it on the front of the card. I wanted something more than just a plain handprint so I gave them blue and yellow to paint their hand with (see last 2 photos below).
You could do this with any of the primary colors (red, yellow, blue) and the areas with both colors will mix into the secondary colors (green, orange, purple).
The card reads "My Hand" on the front and "-some Daddy(or Papa)" on the backside of the front cover. The boys traced each letter with markers and drew a picture of their fathers above the "-some Daddy" words.
Father's Day Cards made by our 3 year olds:
I had to think about that and then Got it - very sweet and fun! Love the yellow and red - looks so firey and bright and fun!! Thank you for linking to Kids Get Crafty - lovely to have you stop by! Maggy
Fashion Confessions of a Mommy says
I was googling some ideas and came upon your site. Very cool site I might add. Will try some of these with my kids. Daphne.
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