{Play} Salt Dough Hand Prints

June 28, 2011 in All Posts, Celebrate, Play, Toddler Activities

Inspired by these salt dough footprint keepsakes from The Imagination Tree, we made these salt dough handprints as one of Hubby’s Father’s Day presents:

We followed The Imagination Tree’s tutorial, so I won’t re-post it here, but will just say that it is oh-so-fun for the kids to mix and knead the dough and make the prints.

You can paint yours, but Jane and Sam were so delighted with the unpainted versions, that we still haven’t gotten around to it!

Read here for how we packaged them and to see the Truffle Brownie S’More Pops we made for Hubby on Father’s Day.

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