Make adorable polar bears from all your grandkids handprints. It’s such a simple way to display your small ones hand prints while also getting to spend time with them. This craft was perfect to do in the winter time when it was snowing. We got to make our polar bears while the snow fell outside making it the perfect setting to create our new friends.
Free download for you to print this beautiful winter iceberg scenery to use as a background to glue your finished handprint polar bear on. Then place in a wooden frame for a finished winter scene art piece with your child’s or grand-child’s polar bear handprint as the center of it all!
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Whenever I can, I like to find a book to read to my grandkids that coordinate’s with the craft I’m about to do with them. This helps introduce the art project and gets them settled down before we begin our Arts & Crafts Project together. Here are some books that would go great with this polar bear craft.
THIS HANDPRINT POLAR BEAR IS EASY AND FUN TO MAKE. HERE IS WHAT WE USED TO MAKE IT:
- White paint
- Blue or Cream card stock paper
- Black marker
- Paint brush
To start paint your hand with the white paint and stamp it onto the blue piece of card stock.
Next add a face to your polar bear and some claws.
Then you are going to cut out your hand print. Just remember it’s ok to leave some of the blue around the edges like I did.
You are now finished your handprint polar bear!