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    • Jorge Maia

      This would be so much fun to do with my kids as a craft idea this summer. Handprints make great art pieces!

    • Shannon Klatt

      A different way to preserve your little(not so little) ones handprint.. DIY 3D Hand Drawing - what a great way to learn about 3D! Johnston More Mens Fashion Johnston & Murphy

    • Chris & Amy Roberts

      3D looking hand print art project. Can't wait to try this with Madi my little artist.

    • Alexandra Mueller

      Oh my goodness!!! Bye bye, boredom! Diy craft 3-D hand print picture

    • Amalie Brøndum Sørensen

      DIY 3D Hand Drawing - what a great way to learn about 3D drawing!

    • Heidi Fulwiler

      optical illusion handprints, art #optical illusion

    • Marie-Josée Tremblay

      3D looking hand print art project.

    • M. Nelson

      3D hand drawing. Cool art project.

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