Meaningful Act | Child Hand Print


Meaningful ActWhen decorating your home, you want to create a elegant atmosphere, but you want it memorable, meaningful,and comfortable. What personalizes your home more than a memorabilia designed to honor someone special. Heart designs always provides your home with a warm feeling, imagine having hand and foot prints of a special baby imprinted on a heart shaped plaque.

 This art is great for personal display, as well as, public. It can serve as a meaningful house gift. The creativity doesn’t stop at baby prints, but displays through personal customization. You can personalize your plaque with names, dates, times, or any other meaningful quotations or memories. The plaque is beautiful and is available in all colors including soft and loud tones.

If you would like to purchase a kit to take your child’s hand print each year for 5 years, click on this link below:

Here’s another style that let’s you make an imprint of your child’s hand and foot next to a photo!

The prints tell their own story, with it’s impressionable 3-D like characteristics. Commonly, most art pieces like these feature flat hand and/or foot prints, which is why this one in particular stands out. The prints are simple but realistic, which introduces clay artwork at it’s best. Although it is great for display, it is equally wonderful for a keepsake. Whether you decide to display this plaque or keep it for personal memories, it is a great way to simplicity, and reality in your home.

 Of course, we all have our own styles, which are easily incorporated into this plaque. The basic format of the plaque allows it to be displayed almost anywhere, and not seem out of place at all. It looks great in fun colors, which allows the 3-D characteristics to prevail while it is on display in your home.

Stepping Stone Decor

Here’s a recipe to create something like this, it can be used as stepping stones or as table decor.

stepping stones
Photo Credits: A Mother’s Shadow

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 1/2 cup of salt
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1/4 cup water

Knead until the dough forms. Make the impression. Bake at 200 for 3 hours.

Sand Hands: Sand print art

Here’s a video tutorial for sand hand print art. This will look great in a beach themed home also.


How can I get my baby to cooperate with prints?

Babies don’t understand that you’re trying to make beautiful artwork. Artwork that they’ll  look back on when they turn sixteen and they’ll put their feet and hands up next to it and be amazed at how much they’ve grown. So how exactly do you get your baby to cooperate with having their prints done?

  1. Make sure your baby is in a good mood. If baby is fussy then it’s not time.
  2. Get everything ready and close by so you don’t have to leave baby alone.
  3. Get baby in diaper, you don’t want paint everywhere so it’s a good idea to put baby in just their diaper.
  4. Wash baby’s feet in between stamping  and give baby breaks if you’re doing a lot.
  5. Choose washable paint, or be careful.

These are just a few tips that can make baby print stamping a little easier for you when the time comes. Be sure that you’re baby has plenty of memories to look back on in years to come.


So whenever you and baby have some time, be sure to make memories and enjoy your time while baby is little. Because baby isn’t always going to be teeny tiny and willing to do prints. Do you have any fun child hand print stories to share? Tell me all about them in the comments below!


3 thoughts on “Meaningful Act | Child Hand Print

  • May 31, 2015 at 5:42 am

    Question? I want a the 3D hand and foot prints done of my grandson. Where can I contact the people that do this? Or is this a DIY project? Please help I need more info. Thank you. Cynthia Rogers

    • May 31, 2015 at 8:48 pm

      I’m sure you can find a local artist in your area that will be able to do this for you. Some cities also have companies that do body molds. You will be able to find them with a google search in your area! Good luck!

      • July 12, 2015 at 11:46 am

        Please see below for a link from Debbie to get these molds done. Thanks, Debbie!


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