HCF Featured Craft of the Week- Reclaimed Wood Project Family Handprint Artwork

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This Upcycled Reclaimed Wood Family Handprint Artwork project would make a heartfelt gift, perfect for Mother's Day, Father's Day or Christmas.

Father’s Day is just around the corner and we’re on the lookout for great “homemade, handmade, heart-made” gift ideas for dad! I’ve written in the past about my wee obsession with handprint art. There is something so special about seeing how little your kids once were. I love when my kiddos look at a piece of handprint artwork they made a couple of years ago, hold their hand up to compare and exclaim “Mom! Look how much bigger my hand is now!” 

Let’s face it though, some handprint artwork is better tucked away in scrapbooks than displayed on your living room wall, but not today’s project! Check out this Reclaimed Wood Family Handprint Artwork from Melinda at  Home. Made Interest. I adore the rustic look of the wood. We have piles of reclaimed wood sitting in our garage waiting for the perfect DIY, but you could also head to your local hardware store and pick up a weathered piece of wood, which is exactly what Melinda did!  

This project took less than 2 hours, which I think is the perfect length of time for a weekend project with the kids. Head on over to Home. Made. Interest. for full instruction on how to make this fabulous reclaimed wood project. 

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