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Gift for Grandparents: Handprint Flower and Poem

  
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Posted by | 18 July 2011 2 Comments

Flower Handprint Poem

Handprint poems for parents and grandparents are so nice to receive for any holiday, birthday, or just because….  Our Emily, who just finished pre-school, presented this poem to her mother for Mother’s Day. As you can see from the photo, the handprint poem was placed in the middle of a yellow and pink handprint flower made with Emily’s own handprints:

 

 I miss you when we’re not together
I’m growing up so fast
See how big I’ve gotten
Since you saw me last!
As I grow, I’ll change a lot,
The years will fly right by
When and where and why?
Look upon this handprint flower
That’s hanging on your wall
And memories will come back of
When I was very small.

Needless to say, this brought tears to her Mommy’s eyes…mine, too…


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2 Comments »

  • Kay Swatkowski said:

    I have always liked the little handprint ideas. I remember when our kids were in preschool and came home with a mold of their little hands and a different poem. Then the grandkids did the same.

  • Susan Adcox said:

    Handprint crafts are the best! And combined with a poem–there’s nothing better.

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