This is not my idea or my project, it is one of the many cool things Taryn brings home from pre-k. I absolutely adore her teacher and will miss her during the 6 months between when Taryn starts kindergarten and Teagan starts pre-k. They do a lot of cool things with the kids but I really love this one so I thought I’d share for all my Texas bluebonnet loving momma friends =)
How easy is this, and super cute. A simple green line and then the bluebonnets and leaves are her fingerprints. Jase said he remembers doing something similar as a kid but they used a bit of blue dye, a plastic baggie and some popcorn and glue to do the flowers. Cute, but I have issues with storage of craft projects with food (always =’s bugs, ick). Anyway, I think I’m going to put this one in a frame somewhere I love it so much.
This is so cute! And I gotta say I love seeing this on your blog today. I posted something similar on mine and was worried people wouldn’t like it, but I thought about all the cute stuff about and from your kids, you put on yours (no I’ve never commented but I love your blog)…and I so I put it out there anyways..haha. So thanks for the inspiration!
That’s great! Love it!
Taryn did such a great job! Looks so pretty! Thanks for sharing this idea.
LOVE it! My little one always does cool things like this at preschool. It’s amazing how many things can be made with finger, hand, and foot prints!
That is so stinking cute!!!
How adorable. He don’t have bluebonnets here in Ontario like you do. Wish we did.
Teachers are so creative!! Jayden came home with a butterfly made from his handprints! Mike says we seriously need to get a huge case to save all of his crafts that he brings home from school.
these are too cute! i’m doing this with my kids today.