With lockdown #2 well under way we’ve been busy trying to find plenty of activities to keep the little ones entertained and with the festive season right around the corner we’ve started to focus on some fun Christmas activities. Seeing as we have so much extra time on our hands right now we’re making as many gifts and decorations from scratch as possible. Both because it’s a fun way to spend our time and because handmade is just cuter! We had loads of fun coming up with different designs for these cute fingerprint Christmas gift tags and can’t wait to attach them to some pressies for loved ones!
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10 fingerprint Christmas gift tag ideas
1) Fingerprint snowman
This cute little snowman is super simple to make! Print little ones fingers in a row of three and then use markers to add on the details.
2) Easy thumbprint snowflake
To make this adorable little snowflake, simply spot a large thumbprint in the centre of your tag and use a marker to add on the arms.
3) Thumprint reindeer
This cute little thumbprint Rudolph is probably my favourite of the bunch! Once my little one had placed his thumbprint we drew on the two antlers and then glued on two googly eyes and a pom pom nose.
4) Fingerprint Christmas tree
This little Christmas tree is made up of a triangle of green fingerprints, a yellow fingerprint star and a brown fingerprint stump.
5) Fingerprint candy cane
Sweet and simple, this cute little candy cane is made up of alternating red and white fingerprints.
6) Fingerprint holly wreath
For this holly wreath tag, simply print little ones fingers around in a circle and then print on a little fingerprint bow.
7) Fingerprint Christmas present
Print four fingerprints in a square and then once dry, use your markers to draw on the ribbon and bow.
8) Fingerprint Christmas tree decorations
This Christmas tree tag is super sweet and easy! Simply spot colourful dots all over to make the decorations.
9) Thumbprint reindeer
Here’s another cute little Rudolph tag idea! Print a thumbprint as the body and a fingerprint as a head. Add two marker antlers, some legs and a tail then glue on two googly eyes and a pom pom nose.
10) Fingerprinted Christmas tree
This simple little tag is one that my toddler made, she used green fingerprints to colour in the little Christmas tree. Easy, simple and so much fun!
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