This fun flower fingerprint craft for kids is super easy to do. The summer is here, and I love to have go-to crafts that are seasonal but also have a really quick set-up and clean-up. Your kids will love making their own fingerprint flower gardens. If you love flower crafts as much as we do, you might also enjoy these paper plate flowers, egg carton flower prints and salt dough flower fingerprints. I have more flower craft ideas, so just type “flower” in the search engine in the right sidebar of my blog to discover more.
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Materials Needed to Make Flower Fingerprint Craft for Kids
How to Make Flower Fingerprint Craft for Kids
As mentioned, this is a very simple craft. Kids will want to create their own grassy area to fill with fingerprint flowers. They can then use the thin markers to draw on the stems and leaves. Kids choose a stamp pad color and put their finger on the pad. They will then put fingerprints on the paper in the shape of a flower. They made need to re-apply the ink on the finger as they are creating the flower to keep up the vibrancy. Next, have them draw cute faces on the flowers using Sharpie. They can fill their scene with houses, suns, clouds, rain or anything else found in their imagination. Is that easy enough? I thought so!
So, get out there with your kids and create your own flower gardens featuring your own children’s fingers. They’ll love the results, and you’ll love that it is an easy go-to craft that kids of all ages will enjoy.