How to Make a Peace Handprints Flower Craft Idea for Martin Luther King Day

What is Equality? What is Peace? Peace is to get up in the morning and your mommy and daddy will welcome you with a smile. You have good friends and you can play and have fun with them. You have dreams that one day will be true…Every children on this word wants those things. Think at Peace as a beautiful flower. How this flower will look like? You can make this to celebrate the great Martin Luther King Jr. on Martin Luther King Day.

How to Make a Peace Handprints Flower Craft Idea for Martin Luther King Day


– paper
– scissors
– pencil
– colored paper (pink, light brown, dark brown, green)
– glue

Step 1.

We take the pink paper,

Place your left hand on it,

And draw it’s contour with your pencil.

Step 2.

Take the scissor and cut out the drawing.

Now you have a paper hand.


Step 3.

Repeat the steps 1 and 2 using the brown papers, so, in the end you’ll have 3 paper hands, to use as petals.

Step 4.

We want to make a flower… what every flower have? You said steam? Yes, you’re right! So, let’s draw a steam on the green paper. You can add some leaves too.

Step 5.

Take the scissor and cut out the steam and the leaves.

It really looks like a plant 🙂

Step 6.

Apply a thin layer of glue on the back of the steam and leaves,

Then place it on the white paper.

Take care to put the steam low enough to let space for the flower.

Step 7.

Apply the glue on the back of the paper hands too and place them on top of the steam.

That’s it! The Peace flower…

offered by Laura from Dacian Moon Handmade

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