Here is what you will need to do:
Gather the supplies listed in the image below. I buy thin canvas’s from Wal-Mart, in packs of 3, for just over $1 a piece. It makes for a sturdy piece of art work, and adds the nice texture of canvas. Even 3 years later, this art project still looks adorable.
I also saw a pack of 12 on Amazon, HERE, which would be great to have around home for special art projects.
Place a dab of paint and some Elmer’s glue onto a plate for your little one.
Lather their hand and a bit of their arm with paint. I used a brush to create a few giggles.
They will think it is loads of fun.
Help them stamp their hand on the canvas and press down to get an even cover.
Then let them begin decorating their Fall tree. All it takes is a quick crumble of the tissue paper and a dip in the glue.
This is a great project for all sorts of ages. I was even tempted to make my own.
I love her pile of leaves at the bottom.
Hope you give it a try with some sweeties in your life!
If you are looking for other Fall crafts for kids, this one is a keeper too.
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