Easy Christmas Keepsake Ornaments To Make With Your Child’s Handprint –
Want to make handprint Christmas ornaments with your kids? They’re so cute – especially the fingerprint snowman ornaments – and make GREAT gifts for the Grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc… such a keepsake gift – they’ll treasure it forever! Take a look below at all the DIY handprint ornament ideas you and YOUR kids can make this holiday.
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Handprint Christmas Ornament Ideas
Below we have some adorable handprint Christmas ball ornaments made by real Pinterest users, the step-by-step directions to make them and some helpful tips and tricks from our readers.
These are one of our favorite DIY Christmas ornaments to make – and apparently, our readers love making them, too.
Take a look below at how THEIR handprint Christmas ornaments turned out (some are GORGEOUS!)
Feel free to pin anything you like to Pinterest to save for later.
Be sure to read the tips and tricks from our readers below – especially if you’re having a hard time getting the perfect paint handprint on your ornament!
Snowman Fingerprint Ornaments Ideas
How To Make Them:
Yesterday we shared all the popsicle stick Christmas ornaments our readers made and how to make them… today, it’s hand print snowman Christmas ornaments for your tree or to give as a lovely homemade gift.
Love all the snowman ornament pictures above and ready to give it a try?
Here’s how to make snowman handprint ornaments with your kids – be sure to read our tips and tricks below BEFORE you get started.
Tips From Our Readers:
Here are some helpful tips and tricks to help you makes sure YOUR hand print snowmen ornaments turn out great.
“My twins made these handprint finger paint snowman ornaments in their preschool class – love, LOVE them! We’re going to make family fingerprint ornaments every year now – one for each kid for our tree and then another for the grandparents.”
“I make these every year with my class. Make sure kids spread their fingers apart. Also make sure you push down on the fingers with their dry hand.”
“Hahaha do not attempt with a 7 month old.. mayb next year! I should have done this with my 2 yr old n the Rudolph finger prints with the 7 month old 🤔 oh well.”
“Tip for making these handprint ornaments with a baby – do it when your baby is alseep. If you’re super prepared with your paint and your ornament (and a towel to quickly clean off their hand), you can get a perfect handprint on the ornament really easy.”
“I made these for grandparents for Christmas when my daughter was a baby. They turned out just like the picture! Super easy and affordable,but very sentimental!”
“I did this in kindergarten! It still goes on my christmas tree every year!”
“Made these for grandparents’ gifts. Very cute and pretty easy to do. Used 1 1/2″ ornaments for tiny (18 mos) hands. I used clear balls and put fake snow inside.”
“It’s easy for the little ones and my 6 year old loved it cause she got to make it all by herself with no help lol”
“I had a heck of a time getting my toddler to participate and gets his paint handprint on the ornament. Finally just turned the iPad on a kid show and he was still enough for me to get his hand print on the ornament barely knowing I did it!”
“The glossy ball ornaments were too slippery for our one year olds to get good grip but these glittery ones worked perfect.”
“Made this at a Christmas party and it turned out really cute! I made one with my family members as the snowmen and used a sharpie to write their names by each fingerprint snowman”
“Our kids made these handprint snowmen ornaments in Sunday School last week – they turned out SO cute! And the kids were pretty paint-free when they came out…haha!”
Have you tried these Hand Print Snowman Christmas ornaments?
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A big thanks to those that already shared!
More DIY Christmas Projects To Make
We have quite a few do-it-yourself Christmas craft ideas and homemade gift ideas:
We also have some great family-friendly ideas for New Year’s Eve here.
And in case you forgot…