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Handprint Alphabet – G is for Gorilla

| May 26, 2012 | 7 Comments

Red Ted had a special request for this one – a handprint GORILLA! Yikes. How do we do a handprint gorilla – now there is a challenge and a half! I think Red Ted now thinks we can make ANYTHING out of handprints. Bless him. Maybe we can… so long as we try? What do you think?

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A little monkey-ish… but kind of gorilla like?

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To make a handprint gorilla – we painted the four fingers black (to make gorilla arms and legs – next time, I may paint the finger tips grey for gorilla hands and feet!). We then painted the outside of the palm black – like a big “O”. And the centre grey. The thumb stays paint free.

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Then we added a grey head and with a finger added a black outline to the head. And then our googly eyes and outlines eyebrows, nostrils, mouth and ears.

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hand print crafts

Red Ted’s Gorillas

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Pip Squeak decided that you had to draw the legs again and to add belly buttons! *Aaah*.

She managed eye brows, noses and ears too!

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This one even has gorilla pecks!

Previous alphabet crafts:

Handprint Art A,  Handprint Art B,  Handprint Art C,  Handprint D , Handprint E, Handprint F

 

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  1. artsy_momma says:

    I love the hair on the heads! Pip Squeak is quite the little artist :)

  2. So cute Maggy! I love all these!

  3. Bert Biiggs says:

    Brilliant – a half term activity I keep promising myself we will do as kids will love it. G my favourite so far.

    Xx

  4. Red Ted Art says:

    Bert – these are perfect for Half Term… will def keep the kids happy and busy. We write the words on afterwards as well and Red Ted has a proud display in his room!

    MummyMummy Mum – thank you :-)

  5. Sian says:

    love these gorillas – so cool! seems to me you could make anything out of handprints : )

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