Sun Handprint Craft

Make this cute sun handprint craft with your kids this summer. It makes a cute decoration for any room and brings some extra sunshine on those rainy summer days.

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You’ll Need

* Paper Plate
* Yellow Paint and Paint Brush
* Yellow and Orange Construction Paper
* Pencil
* Scissors
* Glue Stick
* Black Marker

Sun Handprint Craft

Directions:

Paint the bottom (outside) of the plate yellow and allow to dry.

Trace your child’s handprint with pencil on the yellow and orange construction paper. You’ll need about 6 to 8 yellow and the same amount of orange handprints.

Cut out the handprints and start by gluing the yellow handprints all around the plate, leaving a little gap between the handprints. Glue the orange handprints behind the yellow ones to fill in the gaps.

Draw a face on the sun using the black marker.

I like to put the child’s name and age, or the date on the back of the plate for future reference.

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