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Brooke is obsessed with tracing her hands and feet right now. She will come up to me and say “mommy, hand, hand” and want me to trace around her hand or foot. It is so adorable! She also is really into coloring right now, so this works perfect for a Toddler Art craft for Daddy. Whenever I talk about coloring, she is always down to play.
Before I was a mom, I thought toddler crafts were cute, but now they honestly have a whole new meaning. With each holiday, the size of their little hands change so much and time is just even more precious with them. Having these crafts as a memory is just priceless. So, we loaded up the car and headed to Target to grab our supplies.
You Will Need
Follow the steps below to complete your artwork:
Step 1: Set up a clean craft space you don’t mind getting dirty and gather all of your supplies.
Step 2: Pour the paint on the paper plate then use the paint brush to paint the palm of your toddlers hand.
Step 3: Place your toddlers painted hand on the paper carefully and push down.
Step 4: Wash your toddlers hands off with SoftSoap Hand Wash Plus Lotion Shea & Cocoa Butter. It is the only hand wash made with a touch of lotion and leaves hands feeling clean and soft. This makes it perfect after paint crafts that can dry out your toddler’s hand. We also love the Aloe Water & Lime Softsoap scent; it smells so refreshing and leaves your hand feeling hydrated but not greasy.
Step 5: Draw the details of the photo and write your text.
Step 6: Let your toddler put their creativity into it. I like to let Brooke draw on the back and really have fun so that is personalized even more!
I hope you enjoy your Toddler Art project for Daddy! Be sure to grab SoftSoap Hand Wash Plus Lotion Shea & Cocoa Butter from Target to help clean up all your craft messes.