I am a sucker for making art as a family and love things that we can display seasonally, just take a look at our family art christmas tree to see what I mean. This family fingerprint heart art canvas is so simple to make and is perfect for making together as a family.
How to make a fingerprint heart canvas
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- Canvas (I love the canvas panels ones for little fingers as they can press as hard as they like without damaging the tension)
- Paint – We used red and white acrylic paint, but any paint works including poster paint but my preference would be ink pads
- Low tack tape
Draw a heart on to a piece of paper and cut it out the size you want . If you want something more precise then print out a heart and cut it out.
Fasten the stencil to the canvas with low tack tape.
Place some red and white paint on to a paper plate or palate. I love that the white and red gets all mixed up so lots of different shades of pink. It is also a great way to discuss colour mixing with the kids.
Take turns in dipping finger in and making fingerprints on the canvass
Allow to dry before removing stencil
Date the canvass and display!