DIY Holiday Handprint Crafts

DIY Holiday Handprint Crafts



Izzy and I already started decorating the house and gingerbread cookies. Planning for the holidays can get very hectic and even if you write everything down you are bound to forget something. For me it’s the everyday essentials I forget about when planning for a holiday event. Like ummm toilet paper. Kinda an essential, but it’s not on my checklist like making sure I have everyones favorite foods or the house is decorated and festive.

This is why I love Amazon! Not only do I save when I buy my paper products from them, they come next day! Plus you can get more than $8 in savings with Amazon. Which we all need ways to save around the holidays when buying gifts.  Plus if you are looking for savings and the convenience of Subscribe & Save. Head to Amazon where you can save up to 15% when you subscribe to 5 or more products. You’re welcome! Plus who wants to carry in bulky paper products from the car… not me!

Saving time allows me to have fun preparing the house for holiday guests with Izzy and create holiday DIY handprint art with Izzy. They make the best gifts from Izzy!

Izzy loves helping me bring in our deliveries from Amazon.

She’s at the age where she loved helping me with everything. So she even helped me decorate this year.

DIY Holiday Handprint Art

Here is the holiday art Izzy and I had time to create together with the time we saved shopping on Amazon. And then we were able to put those paper towels to use during clean up.

1. Red & Lulu

First Izzy painted the tree, then we added her handprints.

This was Izzy’s favorite because right now it may be one of her favorite holiday stories. Red and Lulu are 2 cardinals that go on a journey with their tree as it is cut down and brought to the NYC Rockefeller Center and decorated for Christmas. The birds sing to the songs sung by everyone admiring the tree. It’s a really cute story.

2. Reindeer & Santa

First Izzy painted the sky and grass, then she added white to the grass for snow. You can dry the paper with a hair dryer and the. start with the hand prints. Have fun and decorate Santa and the reindeer how you want.

3. Holiday Handprint Wreath

Have fun this holiday season and let Amazon take some of the stress off you!

XO Eryka

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