Spring Handprint Butterflies

Hello friends!  I trust you all had a Happy Easter filled with lots of love.  My weekend was wonderful…full of family time, traditions and a bit too much candy.  Why do I buy the kinds I like?!
Today, I would like to share with you a fun butterfly craft I previously shared over at The Taylor House.
Spring Handprint Butterflies at {Onekriegerchick.com}
We LOVE to craft at our house and we especially LOVE to paint!  The messier, the better…right!?  I try really hard to document the little things like handprints while the boys are young and still let me do it. :)
This is a fun kids craft that uses items you probably have on hand. Yay!
Here’s what you’ll need:
toilet paper tubes
paint brushes
plain paper
patterned paper
embellishments like googly eyes and pipe cleaners
And on to our butterflies…
Start by painting the toilet paper tube.
painting tube {Onekriegerchick.com}
While it dries, paint and stamp your little one’s hands.  I painted 4 handprints per butterfly, but you could certainly do 2.  Either way will turn out super cute!
painting hand for wings {Onekriegerchick.com}
painted handprints {Onekriegerchick.com}
Cut out handprints and adhere to a sheet of patterned paper.  I laid the tube on the paper and placed the handprints where I wanted them.
painted handprints at {Onekriegerchick.com}
Cut around wings leaving a bit of pattern showing.  Then lay painted tube on middle of wings and staple together.  Embellish your butterfly with eyes, antennae and any other details you come up with!  The googly eyes were self-adhesive and I taped the antennae to the inside of the tube.
Spring handprint butterflies {Onekriegerchick.com}
Spring butterflies {Onekriegerchick.com}
Handprint Butterflies- Cute, fun, and made with supplies we all have! OneKriegerChick.com They fit right into the boys Art Buffet, which we are still LOVING!!  I’ll be sharing a genius idea for the bottom drawer soon.
Have fun crafting and creating with your kiddos!

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    Those are so adorable. My little girls love painting with their hands and they use a lot of toilet paper so I have a lot of paper rolls to use. lol. This is the perfect project for us!

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    Just wanted to drop by and thank you for picking my nautical freezer paper t-shirts to be featured over at Sugar Bee Crafts!! I have little boy on the way in July so I will need to catch up on all your kid ideas!

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      You are very welcome…I cannot wait to make matching Summer shirts for my boys. The older they get, the more challenging it is to coordinate them!

      Have a Happy Week!

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