Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Jewish Hand print Wreath

Hi! Crafters!

As most of you know I love hand print crafts.  Beside the kids love doing them and there is a certain age which no supervision is needed. Many of my special needs students could do this without help.

Jewish Hand print Wreath


Materials: glue, scissors, white and blue paint or construction paper, 
Embellishments: stickers, Hand drawn artwork by the children, Pictures from coloring books, magazines or fliers or use the templates of stars.


One is to trace the child's hand onto paper and cut out the prints.  The second is to make paint hand prints on the paper and cut those out.

Make eight hand prints (2 of each color). You can relate these to the 8 days of Hanukkah.

Cut out the prints and glue to form a wreath.

You can decorate the wreath further with pictures (like stars of David or Deidrel). 

Share your ideas on this or anything here on the blog either here or e-mail me at  I look forward to hearing from you!

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