Using tempera or other washable paint-mix 2 light-ish colors for the flowers. ( It's ok to add white, but don't use more than 2 other colors or when mixed together you will have brownish flowers!) Paint on hands and press onto card stock or paper plates. Overlap palm print and face fingers the opposite direction for second handprin
t to complete flower.
Let dry and add marker or crayon to center and to outline. Try cutting them out and hanging from a string in a hole punched through the top for a cheerful, moving spring display!Send me a photo of your child's creations and I will post them here!
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