Bring a little creativity home this week with some adorable finger painting projects perfect for a weekday afternoon or a lazy Sunday morning.
Try these cute fingerprint crafts courtesy of Sarahndipities Blog! They are super simple and make wonderful place cards just in time for Easter!
With the rapid decline in bee population worldwide, this fingerpaint and bubble wrap craft from Crafty Morning is a perfect opportunity to teach your young ones about how bees affect the world around us and why we should help causes like "Bring Back The Bees"!
How adorable are these fingerprint bluebonnets from We Have Aars?! All you need is two or three colors of finger paint, a green marker, and of course, your fingers!
These handprint flower paintings are sweet keepsakes of your little ones’ little hands. Learn how to make them with this simple video tutorial from Child Care Land!
And for when the fun gets a little messy, learn the best way to remove children’s paints from any fabric casualties.
- As with any spill or stain, the best course of action is to work quickly and treat the stain as soon as possible.
- First, scrape off as much of the paint as possible with a spoon, being careful not to spread it or push it into the fabric.
- Next, pretreat the area by letting a fast-working detergent pac (Dropps Minis are the perfect size for spot treating!) dissolve on top and rub the stain gently, releasing the paint pigment.
- Rinse and repeat step 3 until the stain is gone or nearly gone.
- Lastly, wash in cool water with a stain-fighting detergent and a 4-in-1 Booster Pac to eliminate every last bit of that stain!
For more stain-fighting tips & tricks, head over to our Stain Removal Guide!