One of Emma’s favorite things to do when she was younger was to make fingerprint art. She would gather my stack of scrapbooking ink pads and a pile of paper. And, she would go to town!
One day at the library, we discovered a tool to make her fingerprint art even more fun. Ed Emberley books! Oh my! The things he makes with just fingerprints and a thin black pen. Upon further searching, we found even more fingerprint art books. Take a look!
5 Ways to Get Creative with Fingerprint Art
- Check out Ed Emberley’s fun fingerprint art books. He has three: Ed Emberley’s Complete FunPrint Drawing Book, Ed Emberley’s Fingerprint Drawing Book, and Great Thumbprint Drawing Book.
2. Check out some of the fun Klutz books that even come with their own mini stamp pads. A few I found include Fingerprint Fabulous: Create Sweet & Sparkly Thumbprint Art, Star Wars Thumb Doodles, Draw Thumb Animals, and The Most Amazing Thumb Doodles Book in the History of the Civilized World.
3. Try one of these fun fingerprint art sets. Your child makes a fingerprint. Then, they can use the included stamps to add details.
4. Create a fun Fingerprint Alphabet Chart to hang on the wall of your nursery, playroom, or homeschool room.
5. Create these fun seasonal trees to hang on the wall! I may have to have my kiddo make these for me. I love them!
Now, let’s get on to this week’s What to Read Wednesday link-up! Last week’s most clicked post was What to Read… and NOT to Read! This Year’s Library List Run-Down So Far… Book Reviews in Miniature – Some Free On Kindle! This week, I’m featuring the following posts that were linked-up last week:
If you have a children’s literature post you’d like to share, please link up with us. Share what you’ve been reading with your kiddos. Do you have a fun book-based activity or printable? Share it with us. You may find yourself featured next week!
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We’re linking up with Mom 2 Mom.