Finally, my last post for our FLOUR Series for the month of March. For our fifth activity, we have the Flour handprint decor. I had fun doing this series as I learned how versatile a kitchen material is. There still so many activities we can do with flour but for the first five, it was indeed a treat for Enzo and me.
I first saw this flour handprint decor from a friend’s Christmas tree last December. She made his son’s handprint and used it as an ornament in their tree. You know I am a sucker for sentimental value slash memorable mementos and I immediately wanted to make one. Unfortunately, I couldn’t make the time to make one as I thought it was too late for Enzo to make it. But our March Play Challenge made me think otherwise.
So to end our FLOUR Series Challenge, we now have the FLOUR HANDPRINT DECOR.
For parents who still have little children or maybe babies, this is an easy and affordable way of keeping memorabilia. This way you would always recall how small their hands are. It is also a throwback treat for your child when they grow up. If you are like me who is very sentimental this is a good way of keeping them little, right?
So how do you make a FLOUR HANDPRINT DECOR? It’s easy like making bread! Literally!
4 cups All Purpose Flour
1 cup salt
1.5 cup warm water
It’s simple and fun. Plus your kids can learn different things with this activity! You can watch a short tutorial here too! 🙂