Kids Handprint Clover Art

Fun for St. Patrick's Day! Make easy Handprint Clovers or Shamrocks with your little ones!

Hi friends! Will you be doing some St. Patrick’s Day crafts with your kiddos this weekend or next? I know we will! And if you need an idea of what you can do – check out our Kids Handprint Clover Art! I love handprint crafts, because not only are they fun and easy – and the kids have a blast – but they also make great keepsakes! I love capturing those little hands in paint, because we all know they grow up way too fast. And they’re great gifts too! The Handprint Turkeys we made at Thanksgiving we gave to the grandmas and they love them!

So let’s get on to this super simple handprint craft…

What you’ll need:

  • Green paint
  • Paper plate
  • Canvas or cardstock
  • Paintbrush

And the steps:

  1. Pour green paint onto a paper plate.
  2. Dip your kids’ hand into the paint or if they’re old enough they can dip themselves!
  3. Place the painted hand onto your canvas or cardstock and repeat three times until you have a four-leaf clover shape.
  4. Paint in the center (if you like) and add a stem and you’re done!

Fun for St. Patrick's Day! Make easy Handprint Clovers or Shamrocks with your little ones!

Fun for St. Patrick's Day! Make easy Handprint Clovers or Shamrocks with your little ones!

And the finished results is oh so cute, don’t you think? One lucky little Handprint Clover!

Fun for St. Patrick's Day! Make easy Handprint Clovers or Shamrocks with your little ones! Fun for St. Patrick's Day! Make easy Handprint Clovers or Shamrocks with your little ones!

This craft is so easy but so fun! The perfect project to take on with your kids this weekend or next – just in time for St. Patrick’s Day!

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If you LOVE this kids project, check out MORE here:

Leprechan Kid Crafts for St. Patrick's Day!

Lorax Paper Plate Craft

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