Polar Bear Ornament And Finger Print Decorations
Polar bears are so stinking cute! Well I think so anyway. Today we have a fantastic Polar Bear Finger Print Ornament Craft to share. This is both simple and a fun craft to make with the kids. They will love it and you can really have fun making homemade decorations to hang on the tree. I really do hope you enjoy this!
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What You Will Need
How To Make This Polar Bear Craft
Paint the wood slice blue. (mix in a bit of white to get the shade you want) 1-2 coats. Allow drying completely.
Dip your children’s fingers into white paint. Help firmly press them down onto the wood slice.
Allow drying completely.
Dip your children’s fingertip into the tan paint and press down firmly on the face of the polar bear.
Dip your children’s fingertip into white paint and press down firmly on the top of the fingerprints to add ears to the polar bear.
Use a paintbrush to paint on white snowflakes.
Use the end of a paintbrush or any tool with a round end to add snow.
Allow white paint to dry completely. Use black paint pens to draw on a nose and eyes.
Use a black paint pen to add detail.
Your ornaments are finished. These make amazing keepsake gifts.
Have your kids sign the back with their name and year.
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Check out our other Wooden slice ornaments. We have quite a few ideas in our Craft Section.