Mothers Day gives us a chance to make our Mom’s feel special. And, the best way to make her smile the biggest smile is by making a cute fingerprint craft. Fingerprint crafts for Mothers Day are really easy and would hardly take you half hour to do it. Moreover, it’s really fun doing these. If you are a kid or an adult and thinking about making your Mom something special, then you should make her something which is really easy to make and something which will remind your Mom of you whenever she looks at it.
Fingerprint crafts are special and personalized. You can make this craft and place it on a canvas or a Wooden frame and then gift it to your Mom. Even if it is the last minute, you still can make this easy DIY Gift for mom and make her feel special.
Today, I have brought you another fantastic Mother’s Day fingerprint craft which is incredibly easy to make and insanely gorgeous to look at. Wondering how to make? Just look below! Here is a great fingerprint craft for Mother’s Day. You can also give it a gift to your mom.
Easy Mothers Day Crafts for Kids
How to Make this Mother’s Day Fingerprint Craft / Gift Canvas
Grab your Supplies:
- Green Construction Paper
- Unused Scrap Paper
- Multi-colored Acrylic Paints
Step By Step Direction to Make this Fingerprint Mother’s Day Craft for Kids
STEP 1: Take unused scrap paper and write “M Heart M” on it.
STEP2: Take the help of an adult to cut out these letters.
STEP 3: Place them on a Green Construction paper.
STEP 4: Now comes the best part. Dip your fingers in multiple colors and just keep on tapping all over the paper.
STEP 5: Make sure that you put your fingerprints close to the outline of the alphabets so that when you remove the letter cutouts, you get a clear impression of these alphabets and the heart shape.
Final Step: Just remove the letter and shape cutouts and you are done. You can stick this on Pallet wood or on a canvas and then gift it to your Mom.
Wasn’t this fun and easy at the same time?
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