Transform cutout handprints into a beautiful bouquet to keep forever!

It can be made with the hands of one kid, or from the handprints of the whole family.

With just some coloured paper, straws, and a pair of scissors, Teacher Niyo from Adventist Schoolhouse shows us how to make this handprint flower bouquet with your kids.

She also offers the following tips:
✅ For a more personal touch, have the kids write their name on the handprint with an affirming note
✅ Instead of using coloured paper, apply a layer of paint on the hand, then press it onto a piece of white construction paper
✅ For a more bendable, fuzzy stem, use green pipe cleaners instead of straws.

Comment below if you think your kids will enjoy this. Tag us in your posts if you try this out!