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  • TheAngelForever

    Beautiful flower craft a la Pablo Picasso's "Hands with Bouquet"

  • Katie Mathy Maciocha / Sunshine+Design

    mother's day toddler craft idea - After Pablo Picassos Hands with Bouquet, students trace and cut out their hand, and add strips of green paper for stems. next they wrap tissue squares around the eraser end of the pencil and glue to the tops of the stems. An easy beautiful spring bouquet. Toddler kid craft

  • Jackie Mattila

    Garden -Pablo Picasso Hand With Bouquet Cute for Spring craft

  • Lisa Mays

    Pablo Picasso Hand With Bouquet Cute Art Project

  • B Gifford

    Hand cut out holding tissue paper flower bouquet

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