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Feb

handprint hearts

When I saw these handprint Valentine’s on The Idea Room , I really wanted to make them with the kids. I’ve been saving this craft since last year. I’ve seen handprint hearts other places, but I love how they wrote cute little words around the hearts. These are adorable and make great keepsakes for you or your family. Here’s how you make them:

What you’ll need:

White paper or cardstock
Red paint
Pink paint
Paintbrushes
Black sharpie

Directions:

1. paint the palm of one hand red.
2. stamp the hand on your paper facing downwards on a diagonal
3. paint the opposite palm pink.
4. stamp the hand on your paper facing downwards on a diagonal, opposite the other handprint – they will overlap to make a heart.
5. using your black sharpie, write cute little messages around the heart handprints.

Idea from The Idea Room

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29 thoughts on “handprint hearts

  1. JDaniel4's Mom

    This is a really sweet idea!

    Thank you so much for linking up to the Virtual Valentine’s Day party. I hope you will have many party guests stop by.

    If you add my link to your post, t makes you eligible for the $10 Visa Gift Card drawing on the Feb. 14th.

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  2. Lauren

    Now that is the sweetest craft I have seen yet. Hopefully I can get that done once I am done packing/moving/unpacking. I love it!!

    And those truffles you just posted, oh man they look so good.

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