Carrots art for kids ~ Easter Handprint Art
Spring is almost here. We have been busy creating adorable paper plate sheep, and simple chicks. Since we often associate spring and the Eater Bunny, we decided to make simple knuckle print carrots. These little fist print pumpkins inspired our handprint art. We were originally going to create bunnies, however the kids asked to make carrots to feed the bunnies. Love it!
If your kids love making handprint art, they will love making simple knuckle prints as well.
Materials needs to make Carrot prints:
- White card stock
- Orange and green paint
- Paper Plate ~ or any flat container for paint
Simple supply list equals quick instructions. Honestly you could probably make these with out any instructions. They are pretty self explanatory. My favorite kind of craft.
Start by encouraging your child to make a fist and dip it into the orange paint. Have them press their painty knuckles onto the paper. Thats it. Super simple and the kids loved it!
Finger prints make the perfect little green carrot tops.
Does it get any easier than that? Now we need to make a set of adorable bunnies to eat all the carrots;)
How cute would these simple carrot prints look on the front of your Easter Party invites?
Carrots are not only great to feed to the Easter bunny. You could recreate them for Nutrition week, a Letter C theme or along side talking about healthy vegetables and snacks.