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DIY: Handprint Valentine’s Day Card


My daughter created this Tree of Love Valentine’s Day handprint card for her daddy. It’s super cute and easy to make.

I’ve said it before that these are the type of cards that I love to get, ones that come from the heart. I also love that I can look back on them and see how much my baby has grown.

If you want to have your kids make one or make one yourself continue reading for the simple tutorial below.

Handprint Valentine's Day Card: Easy and Inexpensive way to create a cute Valentine's Day card using paint and your fingers.
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Supplies:

Directions:

Paint the brown on your hand, including half way down your arm so you can make the trunk of the tree.

Using the red and pink colors, paint your fingertip and make heart prints.

 

It’s truly that simple to make a quick but super adorable homemade card for somebody you love. Whether you are making it for your kids, they are making it for you or their grandparents or you are making it for your significant other.

 

 

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Jennifer

Friday 14th of February 2014

Awwww how special! I hope you'll keep this for when she's grown!

Melissa Coleman

Friday 14th of February 2014

I definitely will. I have 2 keepsake boxes that I have been filling up. :)

Paige Nicole

Friday 14th of February 2014

This is so cute!!

Laura Elizabeth

Thursday 13th of February 2014

I remember making stuff like this in preschool, except I think we did the Thanksgiving Turkey. But still adorable!

Melissa Coleman

Friday 14th of February 2014

Yes... there are so many handprint holiday ideas out there. :)

Carly

Thursday 13th of February 2014

Seriously, so cute! Pinning this to make with our daughter when she gets a little bigger!