Big Handprint Christmas Tree Craft for kids

My kids and me love handprint art and Christmas is just the perfect time to create this giant handprint Christmas Tree craft. The entire class can get involved! You can display this big and beautiful Christmas tree with handprints of your students in hallway, door or even your classroom.

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Handprint Christmas Tree Craft

It’s so exciting to make this adorable Christmas tree craft with multiple handprints along with the entire class. It a super engaging group activity for kids which they would love! Get ready for those messy little monsters to get their handprint everywhere!  

Materials Required:

  • kids paint
  • paintbrushes
  • white craft paper roll
  • Balloon

Start by painting the hand green and place the handprint on the top of the paper. Make more number of handprints in a row for a bigger tree.In the subsequent row the number of handprints keep reducing and eventual be left at two. This would give a triangular shape to the handprint design.  Let dry. 

Now turn the paper upside down, so the handprints are upside down looking like a Christmas tree.  Paint a hand yellow and make the start on the top. For trunk use a brown colored handprint. I used a slightly blown up balloon to bad the ornament son the tree,, it was too much fun! This can turn into a giant project which can be messy one. 

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