Preschool Valentines Craft – A Handprint Heart

Handprint Heart – A Preschool Valentines Craft

Thursday we made Handprint Hearts for Valentine’s Day for our family.  I found these great typography picture frames at WalMart for $2.50 a piece!  So I grabbed 4, and we made one for the kids’ Dad, one for Cliff and I, and one for each set of Grandparents.  The kids loved getting messy painting their handprints and were so proud of the end result of their Valentine craft.

Our Preschool Valentines Craft - Making Framed Handprint Hearts at B-Inspired Mama

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Our Inspiration for This Preschool Valentines Craft

I got the idea for the handprint heart from Activity Village and A Little Tipsy. We printed ours with our hands the opposite direction, though, and then added the kids’ names with tiny letter rubber stamps.  While I worked on stamping their names, they worked hard on their own open-ended valentines by cutting hearts, coloring, gluing on foam shapes, and painting patterned scrapbooking paper.  It was a fun and creative day!

A Preschool Valentines Craft - Framed Handprint Hearts at B-Inspired Mama

 

More Valentine Crafts and Ideas from B-Inspired Mama:

20 Cute Valentine Crafts + The Kids Co-Op Link Party at B-Inspired Mama    20 Creative Valentine Crafts for Kids at B-Inspired Mama

What kind of creative fun do you and your kids have for Valentine’s Day? 

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About Krissy Bonning-Gould

Krissy Bonning-Gould is a former art teacher turned full-time mama of 3 who authors B-Inspired Mama to share inspiration for simple kids crafts, family recipes, learning fun, and creative parenting.

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