DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper | Father’s Day Gift

This post is sponsored by Walmart Photo.

DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper

I shared our little Father’s Day party here a couple weeks ago for my wonderful husband, and today I wanted to share a special gift that I ordered for the kids to give their daddy- these Mounted Photos from Walmart Photo. It might give you some ideas if you still need to pick something out for the dads in your life. We also had some fun customizing the wrapping paper for him with their sweet little handprints to make it a little extra special. These littles have my whole heart.

DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper

To make the wrapping paper, I just cut a big length of the painter’s kraft paper from the hardware store that I have hanging in my office. I decided to do this outside because of the potential mess and because it was so pretty outside.

DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper

I only took pictures of Ella doing this because 4 year olds are a little more cooperative than 2 year olds, but I did use both of them for this project. I just had to be a little more hands-on with my little man. I wasn’t brave enough to try with the baby, but I might try again.

DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper

I used a white, non toxic tempura paint from the craft store. I really liked the simple elegant look of the white on the kraft, but you could use any color.

DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper

I brushed the paint on her cute little hand with a cheap paint brush and then she pressed her hand randomly around the paper. You can see both of their little hands here. What is it about handprints that just melt my heart?

DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper

I ordered these beautiful Same Day Mounted Photos from Walmart Photo using the pictures that my sister took shortly after the baby was born. They start at just under $10. I wanted a meaningful and thoughtful gift for Father’s Day, and I loved that these were a fresh, modern variations on traditional prints. It was so easy, too. All you have to do is pick which product you want, order online to pick up from your local store or upload your pictures on the Fujifilm Kiosk Photo Transfer App or connect with USB cable at kiosk.

DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper

I wrapped each of the Mounted Photos in tissue and put them in a box and then wrapped it in the handprint wrap once it dried. It was the perfect excuse to use some blue ribbons from my stash.

DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper

I am such a sucker for ribbon, so I like to use a lot of it.

DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper

Sweet, simple, and meaningful all the way around. I think he will love it.

DIY Handprint Wrapping Paper

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