Easy DIY Mother’s Day Handprint Craft (Free Printable Template)

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Make an easy DIY Mother’s Day handprint flower craft by using our free, printable template and following the step-by-step instructions!

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As a mom of three, one of my very favorite things is to receive handmade gifts from my kids. It’s so special when you know that they made it!

As my kids have gotten older, I’ve been so glad that we made keepsake gifts that included their handprints or footprints. Kids grow SO FAST, and it’s incredible (and a little heartbreaking) how quickly their hands and feet grow. Those teeny tiny baby fingers are one of my favorite things to look back on!

I am a big believer in making easy crafts, preferably ones that have minimal prep and supplies. A few years ago I started making printables to help make crafting even easier for myself and other busy parents, and I was hooked. I came up with this Easy DIY Mother’s Day Handprint Craft with that concept in mind!

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Supplies Needed for Mother’s Day Handprint Flower Craft

Handprint and footprint crafts are some of my favorite things to make with babies, toddlers and preschoolers because they grow so fast. They’re also surprisingly easy, as you only need a few simple items.

For this craft, you’ll need:

steps to make easy handprint flowers craft for mothers day

How to Make a Mother’s Day Handprint Keepsake Craft

Mother’s Day crafts don’t get much easier than this. All you have to do is print out the free downloadable template and apply a little paint to your little one’s hand and voila! Instead, adorable keepsake that’s perfect as a Mother’s Day card too.

First download the free template and print out the page you would like to use. Using a soft paint brush, apply kid-safe paint to your child’s hand. Gently press their hand down on top of the plant stem on the paper, making sure their fingers all make contact with with the paper. Pull their hand straight back up.

I recommend wiping your child’s hands off with baby wipes to get most of the paint off, and then washing them gently with soap and water.

If you love this craft, it would be wonderful if you could share it on social or pin it on Pinterest to help other adults find too.

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three different handprint options included in printable file

Download the Free Printable Mother’s Day Flower Craft Templates

I’ve included 3 different options in the printable template for these DIY Mother’s Day handprint flower craft, suitable for 1 to 3 kids to add their handprints! If you have more kids, you can also add more handprints to the three stem page. Just arrange the “blooms” with the other handprints!

This is a great craft for homeschool, preschool classroom use and more. You will receive READY-TO-PRINT DIGITAL files in a PDF format that you can print at home or in any local or online print shop!

I recommend printing these on plain white card stock for best results, but you can also use construction paper or another type of thick paper.

These DIY Mother’s Day Flower Craft templates are free for you to use, but ONLY for personal use. Enter your information below to get yours, and the printable PDF will be emailed to you immediately.

I recommend saving the printable file to your computer before using.

You might also enjoy these kids crafts:

Leaf Man Craft for Kids

DIY Egg Carton Flower Crown

I hope you and the little ones in your life love creating this simple DIY Mother’s Day Handprint Craft for the special moms in your life!

If you enjoyed this craft, be sure to pin it on Pinterest using the image below to make it easier to find next time!

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