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19 Adorable Handprint Crafts for Fall

19 Handprint Crafts for Fall and Halloween

19 Easy and adorable handprint crafts for toddlers and preschoolers to make this fall. 

Fall is just around the corner, and I know those of you with toddlers and preschoolers will be looking for easy fall crafts that you can do with your kids and students this fall.

I’ve rounded up 19 Adorable handprint crafts for fall that are sure to be a hit with you and your children.

Kids always love a handprint craft ’cause it’s so fun to get your hand all painty, make a print, and then turn that print into a cute picture, but I think the biggest fans of kids’ handprint crafts are the parents. Who doesn’t want to have your child’s small handprint immortalized in an adorable craft that you can look back on and cherish years from now?

I’ve included a variety of fall themes in this round up, so if you’re looking for a handprint craft for Autumn, Halloween, Thanksgiving or Remembrance Day, you’re bound to find something you like here!

19 Handprint Crafts for Fall and Halloween

All of these ideas are fun and simple, and perfect for daycare, Sunday School, the classroom or for home.

Click through on the links under the photos to get the detailed instructions for each craft.

19 Handprint Crafts for Fall:

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These skeleton handprints were simple enough for even the youngest of my hooligans to make.  All you need is a paper plate, some paint and a styrofoam produce tray. – Happy Hooligans

I’m just smitten with this adorable handprint owl from  Owls and fall go hand in hand! Or handprint in handprint.  Ha!

Use Q-tips for bones, and construct this skeleton hand from Crafty Morning.

The hooligans had a ton of fun making these cute, little handprint spiders. The process we use to paint the webs is always a HUGE hit here.  HINT:  There are golf-balls involved.  – Happy Hooligans

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These charming handprint leaves by House of Burke took the internet by storm when I first shared them. Unfortunately, I can’t find the blog online anymore, so I can’t link to the original post. They look easy enough to make though!

This leaf handprint wreath would be a super project to do with a group of kids. Have everyone make a leaf to contribute to the wreath, and then hang it on the door of your daycare or classroom!  – Kiwi Crate by Mama Miss

Fall is the season for gathering nuts!  If your kids are curious about the little acorns they find on the sidewalk and the yard, these acorn handprints would be a fun project to do with them. – Crafty Morning

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It’s apple season!  Our tissue and button apple tree craft is a great tactile project. The textured tree trunk, the crumply tissue paper and the hard, shiny buttons are so much fun for little hands to explore. – Happy Hooligans

Here’s one that’s simple enough for the toddlers to do.  A paper plate apple with a handprint leaf attached to the stem! – Fun Handprint Art

Check out this back-to-school apple handprint by I Heart Arts and Crafts!  I love her idea for adding the date to make it a first-day-of-school keepsake.