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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! These would make an amazing Mother’s Day Gift!
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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