Easter Craft: Kids’ Handprint Lilies

Here’s another simple Easter craft for kids.  I first saw this Handprint Lilies Craft in Family Fun magazine.  My preschooler has been very interested in crafts that use her handprints and feetprints, so I knew she’d like this one.  We made a bouquet of three handprint lilies to use as Easter decorations.

We made ours a little differently than the ones in Family Fun.  We used construction paper and a green pipe cleaner.

Cut out a hand print from white construction paper.  Curl the fingers of the hand around a pencil to make petals.

Cut out a double leaf shape from green construction paper and punch a hole in the center.  Thread two pairs of leaves onto the pipe cleaner (the Family Fun example used a green straw).

Wrap the hand around the end of the green pipe cleaner and tape.

To make the yellow center, we scrunched up a scrap of yellow construction paper and stuck it inside the white flower.  This was Maggie’s favorite part.

Make a bend in the pipe cleaner underneath the green leaves so they don’t slip down.

Enjoy your bouquet of Easter lilies!

Family Fun magazine is one of my favorite places to get craft ideas.  At Best Deal Magazines, you can usually get a 1 year subscription to Family Fun for under $4.  Use code MOMMYSAV15 to save an additional 15%.



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