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    • April Mandy

      I did this concept with my son for Father's Day and put Worlds Best Dad, not only did it come out better than I expected my son who is only 19 months did all the painting. I used my circut to have the words and then used a glue stick on the canvas (it won't hold them down firmly but enough to serve its purpose, also let it sit over night before painting), then washable kids craft paint at Walmart (it will say good for finger painting), once done I lifted up the words and we had a masterpiece!

    • Meagan Alicia

      tape off kid's name and let them finger paint over it..perfect for a playroom

    • Edith B

      Tape off a kid's name, then let them go to town with finger paint - pretty cute idea!

    • Jennifer Esher Keane

      tape out your kid's name and have them fingerprint over it - use a canvas, or a frame with fabric (like i just saw somewhere on pinterest)

    • Dayna

      great craft ideas

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