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Toddler finger-paint berry heart card

Crafting isn’t only for big kids. My 1yo loves to craft and paint and when my eldest is at school i love to sit down and spend time painting with her. Today was her grandmothers birthday so made this toddler finger-paint berry heart card, isn’t it sweet? the best part is that it can be as spotty and smudgy as your toddler chooses and it will still look adorable!

You will need

  • Red card
  • Green and Yellow Paint
  • 2 Googly eyes
  • A marker pen

First you will need to make your card shape. Take a rectangle strip of card (we usually quarter a piece of A4 to make four cards) and fold it in half. Trim your card to make it into a square. Draw on the curves of your heart as you can see above. Cut out your heart shape.

Now its time to fingerpaint your card! Add some green fingerprints for leaves and some yellow fingerprints for seeds.

Finish off your the front of your berry heart card by giving him two googly eyes and drawing on a smiley mouth!

Now all that’s left to do is write your message inside and gift your heart to someone special.

Did you like this craft? why not check out these adorable penguin heart cards?


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