As a mom of 2 young kiddos, I have no shortage of art work. A lot of our art gets recycled, but the handprint art always gets saved! Sometimes I even turn handprint art into greeting cards for the grandparents. Here are 60 adorable handprint art ideas for kids. This list includes everything from farm animals to holidays and everything in between. There is even a cactus on this list!
Handprint Art Ideas for Kids
This list of handprint art includes everything from Christmas and Hanukkah art ideas to different types of birds made from handprints! It’s an all-inclusive list for hours of crafty keepsakes.
Kristin turned a simple brown handprint into a horse with a few black paint lines.
Scarlet turned a white handprint into a cow by adding some spots with finger paint.
Turn a yellow handprint into a giraffe with a few brown spots. Find more details at Activity Village.
Add black lines with a permanent marker to a white handprint to make a zebra! Find more at Crafty Crafted.
Paint the fingers black and the palm white for this cute Panda handprint. Add the face and ears with a black permanent marker after the handprint dries. Panda handprint found via Pinterest.
This lion is made with a golden footprint and brown finger prints. Cute! Find the details at Easy Preschool Craft.
Add a tail and legs with green paint to a green handprint for a dinosaur. More details at Crazy Crafter.
Add to giant ears to a grey handprint for a mouse! Don’t forget the eyes and nose. For more details check out Mommy Minutes.
Two white handprints wrist to wrist make for sweet swan art. Find more swan handprint details at Kissed by a Frog.
See more at Adventures of Mommy Hood.
Turn a brown footprint into a robin with a red belly, orange beak, and stick legs. Find more at Sweet and Simple Things.
Find more details at Mommy’s Baby Love.
Turn a black footprint into a penguin and make baby penguins with white finger prints! See more at Kissed by a Frog.
Use four blue handprints to form the feathers. After that dries use a darker blue footprint to make the peacocks body. Add finer print dots in yellow, green, and blue to decorate the feathers. See more from Lila at Sweet and Lovely Crafts.
Water Creature handprints
17. Gold fish
Find more craft ideas at Mommy’s Baby Love.
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22. Bumble bee
Use a yellow foot print and a permanent marker to add wings, stripes, antenna, and a give your bumble bee footprint a face! Find more details at Mamas Many Loves.
Holiday handprint art
Find the spider handprint tutorial at Housing a Forrest.
Turn any kiddo into a reindeer with 2 brown handprints! See more examples at Little Illuminations.
26. Christmas tree
This Christmas tree handprint idea is a great family craft. Find more details at Sheaffer Told Me To.
27. Santa Claus
Use a white handprint as a Santa’s beard and add scrapbook paper for Santa’s hat. Finally, paint a cute face! Find more details at Sheaffer Told Me To.
Turn two red handprints into a heart! Find the heart handprint art tutorial at Rosy Posy.
29. Canadian flag
Canada Day is July 1st and celebrates this Canadian flag handprint craft is the perfect for way to celebrate with the little ones in your life. Find the full tutorial at YMC.
See more details at Littles Learning Lounge.
Plant inspired handprint art
Find the tutorial at Nifty Mom.
These flower handprint tote bags are perfect for Mother’s Day! Find the tutorial at Nifty Mom.
Use multiple yellow handprints, and then finger paint brown in the center. See more at Arts and Crackers.