Our favourite easy crafting material has to be salt dough. It’s so easy to make with just 3 kitchen cupboard supplies and then you have a homemade clay that you can use for crafts, ornaments, sculptures and creating gorgeous keepsakes. Today we’re focusing on the keepsakes and particularly ones that use your little one’s hands. So here we go Handprint Salt Dough Ornaments that you can make with the kids and keep forever!
Hand Print Ornaments with Salt Dough
Before you think about making any of these ornaments you need our printable recipe for Salt dough Handprint Ornaments. It’s easy to make with just 3 ingredients and is slightly more squishy than ordinary salt dough making it ideal to make an impression of your child or baby’s hand every time.
Check out these 20+ ideas for creating salt dough keepsakes with your kids using their hands.
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These simple Salt Dough Mitten Ornament keepsakes on Fun Handprint Art made with little hands is a great way to capture the precious memory of their tiny hands!
These Fingerprint Gingerbread Man Salt Dough Ornaments are easy for kids to make on their own and is a great Christmas gift idea to give to grandparents, teachers, etc!
These salt dough Santa Handprint Ornaments are a wonderful Christmas craft to make with kids.
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These glittery Salt Dough Handprint Ornaments are just in time for Christmas and made from all ingredients you have in your kitchen!
This Handprint Santa Salt Dough Ornament is a fun project for kids of all ages as hands of all ages will look cute – baby, toddler, preschooler, kindergarten kids and older!
These Keepsake Salt Dough Ornaments crafts make excellent gifts for grandparents, daycare providers, and other special people in your child’s life and you can attach a magnet to the back and using it as a refrigerator magnet.
This Handprint Ornament DIY is so easy it was, the hardest part is getting the kids to keep their hands spread out while not grabbing the dough.
Salt Dough Handprint Ornaments are the perfect way to have a sweet reminder of your child adorable little hands!
These Handprint Santa Salt Dough Ornaments are perfect for a kid 4 or under because the bigger the hand, the heavier the ornament.
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Get crafty and make some homemade ornaments for the family this year! What better way to save your kid’s handprint than to make an ornament out of it?
Homemade ornaments are so special and are perfect for Christmas, but can be altered to fit any type of holiday- you just need to be creative!
These salt dough ornaments are rather simple and require just three ingredients for the dough and the creative possibilities are endless.
It’s so fun to have yearly traditions with the kids and make some sort of homemade ornaments with them.
This cute Salt Dough Hand Print Ornament is a great keepsake gift to share.
More Salt DOugh Ornament Ideas
- It’s not just your kids you can use how about making a Gingerbread Man Paw Print Salt Dough Ornament for the tree?
- Or something simpler Scented and Coloured Gingerbread Men Salt Dough Decorations.
- Love the look of the gingerbread man ornament but not feeling very creative then our Simple Paw Print Salt Dough Ornament is for you.
Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, teacher, mum, and home educator from the UK. She loves getting creative, whether it is with simple and easy crafts and ideas, activities to make learning fun, or delicious recipes that you and your kids can cook together you'll find them all shared here on Rainy Day Mum.