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Clay Handprint, Footprint or Paw Print Keepsake Kit - Dries Stone Hard - No Bake - Air Drying (Makes 2 Plaques)

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It is a huge decision to get any tattoo work done, because the last thing you want to be left with is a decision gone bad. In this particular section on baby handprint tattoos, you can never go wrong here. Getting a baby's initials is one thing, or maybe a portrait of their little cherubic faces, but their handprints or even footprints for that matter, take the tattoo artwork to a different level; a personal one.

You’ll find different challenges when trying to create a handprint or footprint ornament depending on the age of your baby or toddler. Young babies keep their hands closed, which presents its own challenge. You can find some tips for getting a baby handprint in my post about creating a

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Set him down for a nap in his infant carrier, or transfer him to him carrier once he falls asleep. Place the carrier on the floor, or on a table as long as he's never left unattended. Spread your supplies around the carrier, all within your reach.

Squirt fabric paint about the size of a large walnut on a paper plate and smear his hand in the paint. Make sure to get paint on each finger, but don't overload his hand or else the print will be a smeary mess. And don't worry if the paint gets under his nails. It's non-toxic and will wash off. Before pressing his hand onto the item you're about to embellish, try a test print on a piece of paper or another paper plate to make sure you've got the right amount of paint to achieve your desired effect.

Press the item onto his flattened hand and hold for just a few seconds. It doesn't take long for the paint to transfer to the fabric.

If you're making more than one baby handprint, you may need to reapply the paint, and make sure to wipe his palm and fingers clean before switching to a new color. And, if you're transferring his print onto fabric, stretch it over the cardboard to prevent the paint from bleeding through.

Set him down for a nap in his infant carrier, or transfer him to him carrier once he falls asleep. Place the carrier on the floor, or on a table as long as he's never left unattended. Spread your supplies around the carrier, all within your reach.

Squirt fabric paint about the size of a large walnut on a paper plate and smear his hand in the paint. Make sure to get paint on each finger, but don't overload his hand or else the print will be a smeary mess. And don't worry if the paint gets under his nails. It's non-toxic and will wash off. Before pressing his hand onto the item you're about to embellish, try a test print on a piece of paper or another paper plate to make sure you've got the right amount of paint to achieve your desired effect.

Press the item onto his flattened hand and hold for just a few seconds. It doesn't take long for the paint to transfer to the fabric.

If you're making more than one baby handprint, you may need to reapply the paint, and make sure to wipe his palm and fingers clean before switching to a new color. And, if you're transferring his print onto fabric, stretch it over the cardboard to prevent the paint from bleeding through.