This time of the year there are so many great reasons to sit down with your kids and enjoy a craft day. I really love handprint crafts because they are fun for the kids to do but also become great keepsakes as the kids grow. Every year their little handprints change – so crazy how fast they grow! I found a few Handprint Spring Crafts for Kids to try this season.
Handprint Spring Crafts for Kids
Popsicle Stick Baby Chick by Make and Takes
Rainbow Handprint Flower Pot by Mess for Less
QTip Painted Handprint Cherry Blossom Tree by Glued To My Crafts
Handprint Chick by A Little Pinch of Perfect
Handprint Butterfly by Crystal and Company
Bunny Rabit Handprint Craft by Crafty Morning
Handprint Flower Cards by Glued to my Crafts
Handprint Chick Puppets by Kids Craft Room
I want to make all of these! They are so cute! Hard to pick our favorite. Time to get crafting!
Melanie @ bear rabbit bear says
I cannot decide which of these that I like the best because they are all so cute! I will have to definitely do the chick crafts with my kids while they are out on spring break. My boys love to do crafts, and I am always looking for new ones.
Erinn Sluka says
These are great spring break time activities. My son could have fun making some for his family. Thanks for the ideas
Betty Boiron says
Aw these are so cute! I will definitely have to try some of these crafts with my son! Then we will have Easter decorations around the house! 🙂
These all look so fun!!! I think we may try a few of these for our Easter weekend.
Sue Reddel says
These are all so adorable I wouldn't know where to start. We're always looking for fun crafty things to do with my niece and these certainly qualify. Thanks for the wonderful ideas.
Thirty Something Super Mom says
These are all such cute ideas for getting the little ones involved in celebrating and decorating for the Holiday. I like all of the colors and designs, we will have to do some of these with the kids this weekend!
Phoebe @ GettingFreedom says
This post brought back so many memories of when my kiddos were younger and we do handprint crafts. It is so neat to see their hands transformed into art and look back at them over the years. My 6yo might still do these, but I doubt my 15 & 16 year old would humor me!
Farrah Less says
Now that is spring right there the colorful art and crafts makes me SMILE. I love how creative you are. Surely kids will enjoying decorating it as much as they enjoying making it. The Chick puppet is a my favorite. You can create a story or simply play with it.