Making a Paper Hand Shaped Flower Bookmark

Use a traced outline of your child's hand to create this cute paper, hand shaped flower, bookmark. It is very quick and easy to make following the instructions on this page.
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This is a cute and personalized hand shaped bookmark that resembles a flower.

This flower bookmark works as a craft with an abundance of uses, such as:

- hands on activity to work on with your child
- it doubles as a pointer so when reading you or your child can point along or use as a pointer at the animals or photos on the page, etc.
- it can be a handmade gift from a child/toddler to give as a gift for Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, birthday, etc. It can also be made into a flower bouquet gift from your child/toddler.

Total Time: 15 minutes

Supplies:

  • craft sticks
  • marker
  • hot glue
  • color construction paper
  • scissors

Steps:

  1. Trace your child's hand. You can make as many as you like.
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  3. Cut out the hand shape.
  4. Using a piece of green paper, cut out the leaves.
  5. Assemble the bookmark pieces. Hot glue the hand and leaf to the craft stick.
  6. It is ready to use as a book mark or pointer or give as a gift.
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