Celebrate Clifford's 50th birthday with this fun and easy handprint Clifford craft.
- white construction paper
- black marker
- red, black, and white paint
- Paint the palm of the child’s hand with red paint.
- With the middle three fingers in a closed position and the pinky and thumb separate from them, make a handprint. Let dry.
- Make thumbprint eyes using white paint. Let dry.
- Dip your pointer finger in the black paint and make a fingerprint inside each of the white thumbprints for pupils. Let dry.
- Draw on a nose, mouth, eyebrows, and hair.
- Optional: cut around the handprint or use a black marker to outline around it.
Both projects can be made with kids of all ages.
Younger kids can make them with adult participation.
Ages three and up: a fun way to practice scissors skills and encourage imagination/foster creativity.
Older kids will enjoy making the more detailed version.
If “Clifford” is the child’s favorite show, it will make an adorable keepsake!
Amanda Vasquez is an 'artsy momma' who enjoys sharing her passion for creativity with her two children. Follow them on their creative learning journey over at Crafts-N-Things for Children where she documents their kids crafts, handmade by mom crafts, and everything in between! She also has a sweet spot for creating handprint art and you can find hundreds of their projects on their other blog Handprint & Footprint Art.