HOW TO MAKE A HANDPRINT FLOWER WREATH


Make this beautiful handprint flower wreath with kids for Mother’s Day or as a special keepsake! This would also make a gorgeous grandparents’ gift.

You can use fresh flowers and let them dry naturally or use dried, silk or paper flowers. We chose to use some fresh blooms from a bouquet we had handy.

Flower Handprint Wreath – Materials:

Cardstock
– Scissors
– Glue
– Flowers
Ribbon

Step 1. Trace your child’s hand onto cardstock and cut out. Use as a template to cut out more handprints. Decide how large you want your wreath to be and cut out the number of handprints needed to make that size.

Step 2. Lay out your handprint in a circular overlapping fashion to make a wreath shape. Glue the handprints together.

Step 3. Start laying flowers over the center of handprint wreath. First arrange them so you have a design you like. Then you can glue them on.

You can tie a pretty ribbon around your finished wreath and hang up to admire!

Isn’t it beautiful? Kids will love making this stunning handprint flower wreath for mom on Mother’s Day for a lovely handmade gift.

What are you gifting mom on Mother’s Day? Check out 50+ gifts kids can make, more flower art for mom, floral herb perfume, or a special handmade book she will love!

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