DIY Family Math Handprints Wall Art

Yayyyyyyyy it is Wednesday and I’m having so much fun with all my family that I hadn’t seen in a very long time and of course I’m so excited to be participating in Sugar Bee Craft’s Red White & Blue Series. I’m sharing this super cute Handprints Wall Art that I called Family Math for Emma’s Bedroom as a gift for father’s Day, hope you like it. Please take a moment to link over to see other awesome Red White Blue ideas.

DIY Family Math Handprints Wall Art

DIY Family Math Handprints Wall Art Tutorial

DIY Family Math Handprints Wall Art

(Red White & Blue Series at Sugar Bee Crafts)

Here is the project I’m contributing today to the Red White and Blue series:

I made this project for Father’s Day, it wouldn’t be a father or a mother’s day without this lovely math that brought us this beautiful daughter =D.

What you need:

  • 3 square canvas
  • Organza ribbon
  • Grosgrain ribbon
  • Hot glue gun
  • Pins
  • White, red and blue acrylic paint.
  • Masking tape

First you want to start off by painting the canvas all white (even though it is already white).

Then add clear masking tape to the dried up canvas to use it as a guide to paint only the border in red.

After it is dry, remove the tape and voila!, there you have your border =D

Then, paint each individual hand with the blue paint and stamp the canvas. In my scenario, we started off with myself, my lovely amazing husband and our beautiful baby daughter.

Between my husband and I the plus and equal signs were added to display the math of our family.

Depending on the size of your family, the number of canvases could be more or less.

To add a special touch, I added a red ribbon to my daughter’s canvas.

Then I cut strips of organza and grosgrain ribbon to use as hangers for the wall.

There is no set measurement; it is done according to the length you want the canvases to drop once you hang them but all 3 should be the same length.

I tied a knot in both ends and hot glue gunned it to the back of the canvas and reinforced it with a pin.

And to finish it all off I added a bow to the top of the ribbons and tadaaaa…

The handprint family math wall art is done.


Til' next time...

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  1. Thanks you soooo much ladies. All you comments, ideas, love and caring always makes me smile and love you more! I read and enjoy each and everyone of your comments but not always I’m able to replay individually as I like to but I wanted you to know that I DO READ and appreciate it! Love you all!!!


  2. Oh this is such a great idea and it is so cute too! Thanks so much for sharing on We Made That!

  3. These are the sweetest thing! I can totally see these being an amazing gift set for new parents too! Thanks dor sharing them at the Friday Follow Along!!!

  4. This is such a cute project! A really great way way to represent the family :) And if someone had multiple kids they could do the all the hands on a canvas or a couple after each other. Love it!