"These aren't just five snowmen As anyone can see. I made them with my hand Which is a part of me. Now each year when you trim the tree You'll look back and recall When my hand was just this small!"
Paint your childs hand white. Have them spread their fingers and telling them to wait to grip the ornament until you're ready.
After they stamp their hands let them dry for at least an hour and a half. Let them decorate the snowmen with hats and faces using sharpies or various colors. Make sure you put the date at the top. If you can write on the other side:
These aren't just five snowmen As anyone can see. I made them with my hand Which is a part of me. Now each year when you trim the tree You'll look back and recall When my hand was just this small!
Scrabble name ornaments:
Don't you hate when you have a game with missing pieces? Here we have a simple ornament made with left over scrabble pieces.
It's as simple as finding the letters you need (or just turning them over and writing the letters yourself) and hot gluing the pieces onto each other. Adding a bow for the top and a loop to hang it on the tree. It makes a great gift for school friends.
The Christmas tree hand
Trace your childs hand in green and cut out 10 of them. Make a square in brown for the trunk in brown and a yellow star.
turning the fingers downward on the paper glue four on the bottom row, three, then two and one for the top. Using stampers take the childs finger and have them stamp their fingers onto the tree leaves for ornaments.
The Reindeer cupcake
make cupcakes according to package, ice with chocolate frosting. Use M&M's for the eyes and broken pretzels for antlers.