This creation is so simple and it is pretty much a mess free project. You're welcome! All you need is a paper plate, construction paper in assorted colors, a pencil for tracing, glue, scissors, a marker or crayons, and a super adorable hand to trace.
You will have to do all of the cutting, most likely. So start by tracing your little one's hands onto several sheets of construction paper using your pencil. While your child is napping, or otherwise engaged, cut out all of the hand prints. If your child is squirmy and you can only get a few hand prints traced, don't sweat it. Just cut out one hand print and use it as a stencil!
Now that you have all of your hands ready, grab your paper plate and glue.
You can have your child glue the hands onto the outer ring of the plate.
Biscuit just poured glue in a circle and glued the hands around it.
Once all of the hands are glued down you can use markers or crayons to fill in the middle of your flower.
I let Biscuit choose the colors, if it were up to me I would have used two colors and alternated them... I can't always have say with this kiddo's art! But that's okay!!!
TA ~ DA!!!
Happy Playing & Exploring!!