Friday, December 23, 2016
Since Christmas is right around the corner, a hand print wreath would be a good project on a cold day for an 18 month old. As you can see, some green hand prints are distinguishable, but most are more of sliding hands across the paper. We worked on those little red berries for a finishing touch.
I did not want it to be perfect because this is the art work of a toddler.
When she gets to preschool, kindergarten, or 1st grade her teacher can tell her
to make beautiful hand prints. Good luck with that! I didn't want to upset my granddaughter.
To make this look more like a wreath, I did cutting.
The bow hand prints were left over from the candy canes we worked on the day before. "Waste not, want not" when working with a toddler or any child on an art project.
This wreath is being sent overseas to her DADA who has been deployed.
I hope this wreath will make his time away a little easier.
to all our service men and women who are spending the holidays apart from their families.