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Fingerprint Crosses

This week in my art class we did a fun and simple project, Fingerprint Crosses! I love giving them projects to take home and display that go with the season. So thinking about Easter and my elementary art students I settled on these fun crosses!

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I prepped the poster boards by just tracing a cross on them in pencil before class. Then gave the kids some finger paints and told them to make prints all around the crosses but not inside them.

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The kids in my art class loved this project and who doesn’t have fun painting with their fingers?! Thanks for stopping by đŸ™‚
Johanna

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About crazyblessedlife

I'm a homeschool mother of two adorable girls only 11 months apart, and a sweet little boy. I love with being their mommy. My husband is a camp manager. I am passionate about being a stay-at-home mother and homemaker, its such an exciting, exhausting and rewarding job!

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