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Are you looking for a fun art project you can do with your toddlers and preschoolers? Your little ones will enjoy creating these fingerprint flowers!
With a few supplies you probably already have at home, your little artists can create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece you’ll be proud to display on your fridge. This is the perfect springtime art project.
Easy Fingerprint Flowers
Use the glue to paste the popsicle sticks to the construction paper for the flower stems. You could use the pre-colored popsicles sticks instead of plain if you’d like.
Place a dap of glue just above each popsicle stick and stick a pom pom on it for the center of the flower.
Let your toddler dip his finger in the paint to put “petals” on the flower. They can add leaves with their fingers as well.
Your little one could also add to their art by drawing in the sun, bugs, or anything else they can imagine would be in the picture.
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