Dec 13, 2014

The Grinch Handprint Craft

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Welcome to day 3 of our Holiday Print Art series with FSPDT! Do you love the mean, but lovable Grinch from Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!? We do! Both the book and the movie are favorites. K especially loves the part about the Grinch when he was a baby! He makes me play it again and again and can't stop laughing. It's really cute! This simple Grinch handprint is so easy to make and is just too cute! 

To make our Grinch handprint, we used light green ink. Kingston is pretty much at the point where I ink his hand and he can place it on his own and make a perfect print. After all of the print crafts we have done in the past, he is a print craft PRO! Afters, I cut out some Grinch-y eyes using yellow cardstock and added some facial details using black Sharpie. It was as simple as that! This was one of our easier print crafts. An older could make this completely on their own with very little help. 

Interested in more simple Grinch crafts? Check out our Grinch Sensory Bag Painting!

Head on over to Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails to see their adorable Mitten Craft

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