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Fun Fingerpainted Apron

This Fun Fingerpainted Apron by I Love to Create gives you a cool craft to make with your kids. They will use some non-toxic paint to make their mark on a kitchen staple, turning it into a homemade vintage masterpiece. Years down the line, you can look back and marvel at how much they have grown. This is truly a timeless DIY craft.


Fun Fingerpainted Apron



Tulip 3D Fashion Paint:

  •         C1   Light Pink

Tulip Soft Fabric Paint:

  •         C1   Cool Blue
  •         C1   Green Velveteen
  •         C1   Yellow Velveteen


  •               Container for water to clean brush
  •               Paintbrush
  •               Foam plate or foil for palette
  •               Paper towels
  •               Apron – white
  •               Hand wipes


  1. Have the kids dip their hands in the paint and let them leave their hand prints on the front of the apron. Follow the design in the picture or make your own easy pattern.

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I absolutely love this idea! You could have as many handprints as kids, or if you have on,y one, just have them use both hands for several 'tulips' in each color, or even one color if you prefer. Another option would be to add so,e green terrycloth for the grass, and even add a strip of it for an attached towel. This is sure to become a family treasure!


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