Handprint Fish Art Project

I love Summer arts and crafts with little ones! I feel like we can get a little messy, and clean it all up with water play. And, this handprint fish art project is high on the list of favorite Summer crafts. 

Handprint Fish Art Project

Check out more summer printables and crafts for kids while you are here!

Summer Fish Art Supplies:

  • Bubbles.
  • Food Coloring.
  • Craft paint and paint brushes.
  • Cardstock paper.
  • Optional – paint pens.

This is such a fun way for your little ones to make on a Summer afternoon. 

-------------------- Advertisement --------------------


Let’s get started on this fun Handprint Fish Art Project! First, gather all of your supplies. This will make crafting a lot easier. 

Begin by adding food coloring to regular bubbles. Add a lot, and then add a lot more. Bubbles will dilute it, but you want the color to be as bold as possible. I used a mix of blue and green food coloring for this project.  

Then, let your little crafters blow bubbles onto a sheet of cardstock paper. This step will be messy, and it is probably best to do it outside or on a plastic tablecloth.  

After the bubble paint has dried, you can create the handprint fish. Begin by painting your little one’s hand. Use a bright color so it stands out against the bubbles. 

Once the handprint has dried, use more paint or a marker to add a face and stripes on the fish. 

-------------------- Advertisement --------------------


That’s it! This is such a fun and messy Summer project And, I hope it has inspired you to make an adorable handprint fish art project with your little learners this Summer! 

Share This

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *