Family Watercolor Hand Print Art
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If you're an avid picture book reader too, here is a helpful list of our favorite books about families:
- The Family Book
- Love You Forever
- Guess How Much I Love You
- The Berenstain Bears' New Baby
- Wolfie The Bunny
- Za-Za's Baby Brother
- Penny and Her Song
- Julius, the Baby of the World
To make this abstract hand print art, I first used a pencil and traced each member's hands onto drawing paper. (I used a pencil at first because I didn't want to stain my younger son's hands. Then, my eldest son and I traced the hand prints with permanent marker. We used permanent marker so that the colors wouldn't bleed later on.)
Then, we grabbed our watercolor paint set and got painting.
(There's always so therapeutic about mixing and painting bright, lovely colors.)
And that's it.
I really, really enjoyed making this special and beautiful piece of art with my son. Hopefully you'll enjoy making this with your kiddos too.
More Ways to Connect and Create with the Kids!
- Heart Stamped Artwork
- Tissue Paper Luminary Drawings
- Easiest Cardboard Rainmakers
- Family Pop Art Coloring Page
- Giant Family Cooperative Canvas Art
Happy making, friends!