Awhile back I shared our handprint Yoda and I mentioned that there were other Star Wars handprint crafts in the works. Well, I finally got around to taking some pictures of one of our other Star Wars handprint crafts. All you need to make this is some white or grey paint, construction paper (I used black to get a strong contrast for these pictures but you can use something different.), and a Sharpie marker.
Start off by painting your child’s hand like so:
Note that the paint is stopped before the tips of the middle three fingers in order to make the lengths more even. Also note that the paint at the bottom of the palm is straightened out a bit rather than following the curve of the hand.
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