Snowman Handprint Craft for Preschoolers (free printable)
Christmas will be here before we know it. It is one of our favorite times of the year to bring out the paint and get creative. Download our free snowman handprint craft template below and create a wonderful keepsake.
Get messy with the kids this Christmas while making a fun snowman handprint. When finished the kids can enjoy decorating their snowman with a colorful scarf and adding arms.
If you love handprint crafts I think you will also love our alphabet handprint series. This is such a fun way to learn the alphabet.
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You probably have all of the supplies to make this fun little snowman.
- cardstock (or if you want to print it on colored paper we love this colorful cardstock)
- washable paints
- googly wiggle eyes (Optional)
- Wipes!! It helps to have these handy so you don’t make a complete mess of your table!
Print out the handprint snowman template below, it will print out on one full page and will print out in portrait. Make sure to check the printer settings.
You can of course print this on normal printer paper, but with all of our crafts, they always look better on cardstock.
Grab the supplies above and get creating!
Let the kids decide what color handprint they want to use. But we have used grey for the snowman’s body and green and red for his hat.
Use a small paintbrush to add a thin layer of paint to their hand. Make sure you have the wipes handy!!
Cover one hand in the same color paint (we used grey).
The other hand paint the palm of their hand in the same color as the other one. But the fingers need to be colored in different colors for the snowman’s hat.
Press one hand with the fingers pointing to the bottom of the page just under the snowman’s scarf. The other hand has the fingers pointing to the top of the page (this one needs to be the one with the different colored fingers.)
Press down all along their hand to make sure the handprint transfers fully.
Pull the child’s hands up carefully, ensuring you don’t smudge the handprints.
Let it dry completely before adding the googly eyes, and the nose. They can also color the snowflakes and the scarf if they want to.
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- Penguin handprint template
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Download the Snowman Handprint Template
Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)
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Last Updated on 14 December 2022 by homeschoolof1