A Roundup of Toddler 4th of July Hand print (and foot print) crafts!
Most people enjoy the middle of summer holiday with some good food on the grill, time off from work, and watching some fireworks. But if you have littles at home, fireworks may be too loud or too late to see! Instead, you could make your own holiday crafts. And of course, include the hand or foot prints of the kids! Here is a quick round up of some 4th of July handprint (or footprint) crafts for your littles! Why not try one of these for the holiday?
Flag and footprints
House of Burke has some great ideas for flags or footprint fire crackers! Super cute!
Krissy from B-inspired Mama shows a super cute patriotic hand print. If you can get your child to sit still long enough to paint it, do it!
Really, you could do this project for any holiday! For the 4th, use patriotic colors and arrange the hand prints around in a wreath. You could do different hand prints of all your kiddos! Thanks for the idea, Decorating with Dodi!
Hand print fireworks
The blog Ava’s Alphabet shares step by step tips on how to get a great hand print with a youngster. I LOVE this fire work idea and will have to try it!
Hand and Footprint Canvas Flag
And lastly, this adorable idea from Sewing for Sanity. I love the hand and foot print combo! Super cute.
Try these out! Create a keepsake for your family! If you like these hand print ideas, you can check out some of my other holiday hand prints here!
Here is how one of our projects turned out (my son painted the background fireworks!)
Happy 4th of July!