In our county, we are known of our tulips. People from all over the world come to see our exquisite Tulip Festival. So, I thought, what better way to celebrate the coming of Spring this month than with thumbprint tulip cards? Three aunts have birthdays this month, so I pulled out the kids’ stamp set and helped my Little Man make some fun and easy cards.
Thumbprint Tulip Cards
So, I basically just put his thumb and fingers in the ink colors and made three thumbprints on the cardstock. He loved it and though I guided his fingers, he still liked putting the thumbprint where he wanted. He knew we were giving our aunts birthday gifts so this personalized card was just one more way to make it even more special.
I used a green marker and added stems and leaves to my Little Man’s thumbprint tulips. Such an easy, personalized card that preschool age children can help make. Plus, I know my aunts will all love seeing that this was handmade by my Little Man.
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What is your favorite thing about Spring?