How to Make a Toddler Handprint Monkey Father's Day Card
Handprint crafts are a real hit with young children. Turn your toddler's handprint into this super cute monkey Father's Day card. We can show you how.
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Here is a cute and sentimental card you can make with your toddler to give to dad. My daughter loves making crafts with her handprints, so this was perfect to make for Father's Day.
Total Time: 20 minutes
- construction paper
- craft paper
- pipe cleaner
- googly eyes
- Trace your child's hand onto construction paper (brown) and cut out.
- Freehand draw and cut out pieces to make your monkey.
- Assemble cut out pieces together to resemble a monkey and glue together. Add eyes and mouth.
- Then glue your monkey to your card (we went with a yellow card). Add a pipe cleaner as a branch then you can write a greeting message inside. The message reads "Happy Father's Day! I love hanging out with you, Dad"
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