Elephant Hand Prints

Just like elephants, hands march in pairs, two by two… here’s a quick and easy crafty one for pre-schoolers.  Simply turn their hand prints into elephants with the help of a black marker like this one:

Hand Print Elephant

Here’s how, make the handprints and allow to dry.  With the handprint upside down:

1.  Outline the trunk
2.  Draw an ear, an eye and a tail
3.  Add some toes at the bottom of his legs / the other fingers

Thumb prints also make cute baby elephants to make a herd.  Here’s the herd that Diva G created.

Herd of hand print ElephantsThumb print baby elephant

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5 Responses to “Elephant Hand Prints”

  1. Nicki Cawood

    Adorable!! So easy but so lovely. I imagine it would be great up on a bedroom or playroom wall :)

  2. maggy, red ted art

    Ooooh I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE these elephants! They are SO SO SO SO SO cute. :-)

    Maggy

  3. maggy, red ted art

    (Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty! Maggy & Alissa)

  4. Vanessa

    I love these handprint elephants. My children have just finished some which we are going to use to print off on a t-shirt. So easy and fun! Thanks.

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