Craft Time: 4th of July Kids Handprint Flag

by Carrie with Children with 23 comments

Right before the end of the school year, Maggie came home with this cute craft they made to celebrate Memorial Day.  This morning, I decided to hang it on the refrigerator to celebrate the upcoming 4th of July holiday.

It’s such an easy, inexpensive craft – all you need is some paper, paints and a little hand!

4th of July Kids Handprint Craft

I love the little handprint – so tiny and cute!  I love that Maggie’s teacher made this with her.  I’m tempted to try and make one with Molly this week.  Wouldn’t it be fun to have one for each of the girls?

Here’s a close up look at the wording that goes along with the picture –

4th of July Handprint Flag Craft Wording

It’s an easy craft with (hopefully) little mess.  A great way to celebrate the 4th of July, have fun with your kiddos and create a lasting memory!

Let me know if you decide to try it out with your little one!

Happy 4th of July to you!


  • Allie

    What a cute craft. I love this!

  • Emily @FamilyNLifeLV

    What a cute craft!

    • Carrie with Children

      Thanks Emily! Maggie’s teacher is so crafty! 🙂

  • cori @ cori's big mouth

    love this craft!

    • Carrie with Children

      Thank you Cori! Appreciate you stopping by! 🙂

  • Lolo

    Super cute craft!! Easy and fun!

  • Cassie

    That is such a cute craft! I love handprint art.

  • amber

    very cute

  • Bobbie

    So cute!! What a wonderful idea!

  • Mindi

    This is so cute! I look forward to when my little guys come home with cute crafts from school. For now I’ll enjoy doing them at home. Looking forward to doing these next week when we are on a much needed vacation!

  • Jenn @therebelchick

    This is so adorable!

  • Tesa @ 2 Wired 2 Tired

    That is cute and I love the poem too!

  • Kristen S- Craft Gossip

    This craft is so cute! Just posted on Craft Gossip! Happy 4th!

  • Natalie @Sippycupmom

    What a CUTE idea!! I do adore anything to do with kid’s adorable hand prints!

  • rosie

    this is cooool

  • Heidi A

    I love it! I am going to make this with my toddler signing class tomorrow. The parents will love it.

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