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Hand Print Bowl
Save memories with this DIY hand print bowl. Using clay and paint, turn your young child’s petite hand and decorate it to make a useful little bowl to hold such things like, rings or other jewellery, the sort of thing your granny would love!
Some people choose to save a lock of hair or their first tooth but doesn’t it seem nicer to keep something that not only reminds you of how precious the child was but also a chance to give it out to relatives as a meaningful gift. Bring your memory to life with this project.
If you run a nursery or day centre this would be a fabulous project to run with the young children as a mothers day activity or a gift for another significant other or just a fun way to get the kids to interact with their more creative side.
This could also be used as a measuring technique to see how your child grows. You could make one once a year to see the dramatic differences in growth your child makes while getting older. Definitley beats looking at a few markings on a wall every now and again. And honestly, your child would love to look back and see how small their hands were. Fun for all the family I think!
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