This adorable fingerprint poem to dad from daughter will make dad so proud on his special day!
No love can compare to that of a daddy and his little girl! Surprise him with this fingerprint poem to dad from daughter on Father’s Day, Dad’s birthday, or any day you want to show him how special and everlasting the daddy-daughter bond will always be!
(It’s the perfect fingerprint poem for preschoolers to use as a Father’s Day school craft!)
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Personalized gift to dad from daughter from the heart!
Is there any love as great as the love between a dad and a daughter?
Being a girl-dad brings out a whole new side of a man. Suddenly having your nails painted by a preschool “nail tech” or wearing blue eyeshadow and a face full of lipstick from your toddler “make-up artist” isn’t silly at all; it’s love. The most pure and protective love any man can feel.
All too soon, Daddy will be holding the arm of his baby girl as he walks her down the aisle. Give him a set of handprints that will remind him she will always be his little girl!
What could be a better birthday gift idea for dad? (or Father’s Day gift)!
Just grab the free printable poem below, print it out, and add your child’s little handprints! Easy, free, and handmade- the best kind of gift 😉
We have also made this super easy hand-trace frame for Father’s Day with a DAD frame from the dollar store:
In case you have a little boy who also loves his Daddy, here is a poem to dad from son:
Tips for using the DIY fingerprint poem to dad from daughter:
– Printing on card stock makes for a more sturdy keepsake
– The poem is black and white to make for easy printing. Have the kids add some coloring or stickers to make it their own!
– You may want to print more than one copy in case the child has difficulty getting a good print on the first try
– Get a “cleaner” (less smudged) print by helping the child press straight down, holding a few seconds, then raising the hand straight up
– The space at the bottom should easily fit a handprint. Use a lighter colored paint in case the prints go over the wording it will still be readable. (And it looks super cute!)
– Be sure to use kid-safe paints! This is what I use: PAINT
– Instead of dipping their hands in paint, use a larger brush to apply the paint to the child’s hands (It’s much less messy!)
– Have lots of paper towels ready to keep the mess to a minimum
-Allow to dry completely then add to a frame so dad can keep it forever!
It is amazing to see how much these handprints change from year to year. Squeeze those babies while you can!
I hope this Fingerprint poem to dad from his daughter warms Dad’s heart on his special day!