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Handprint Flower Cards - Kid Craft

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by Stacey from Glued to My Crafts Blog

If you are looking for an easy keepsake idea for the kids to make and gift to moms & grandmas this upcoming Mother's Day holiday, today's Handprint Flower Cards tutorial is just for you!!!

So with that being said, not only are these DIY cards super simple to assemble {even for a beginner crafter} but they are really inexpensive and have that handmade touch, that makes them so impressive too! Now grab those craft supplies, check out the full tutorial below and create some one-of-a-kind pieces with your child today! Happy crafting {and gifting} my friends!!!

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Supplies:

  • Colored Cardstock {most importantly GREEN}
  • Pre-folded Cardstock Cards
  • Ad Tech Permanent Crafter's Tape Adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Pen

Step 1.
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First trace your child's hands on some colored cardstock with a pen. Trim out. Repeat for each card you want to make.

Step 2. 
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Grab some green cardstock and cut out a simple stem & leaf shape for your flower design. Repeat for each card you want to make.

Step 3.
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Next grab your remaining cardstock and trim out a rectangular piece that is slightly smaller and will fit on the front of your pre-made cardstock card. Go ahead and use your adhesive tape to secure that piece to the front of your card. To finish your Handprint Flower Cards, secure your handprint cutout {the flower bud} and stem cutout to the front of your card to give the look of a flower. At this point in time you can also add other embellishments like glitter and rhinestones, before gifting away!!!

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TIPS: This idea can be easily made in bulk, stacked and tied together for a blank note card gift idea. Remember you can also add some flair and a one-of-a-kind look by skipping the solid cardstock colors and going with scrapbook paper that is fun patterned or even glittered!

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