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Handprint Easter Prayer

Prayer is an important part of Christian life. This Handprint Easter Prayer helps the kids remember to keep prayer in their every day life. The hands fold up with the prayer inside. The kids can also write their own special prayer. Great Sunday School Project.

Trivia:  You can find the Lord’s Prayer in Mathew 6: 9-13 in the Bible.


Skin Colored Construction Paper
White Paper
Glue Stick


Print out the Handprint Easter Prayer on skin colored construction paper and then again on white paper.

Place the kids left hand over the prayer with the fingers closed and trace around. Place the right hand over the other side with little fingers touching and trace around.

Print out the Cross and flowers on white paper and cut out and glue over the cross and flowers on the skin colored paper for a prettier picture.

Cut out the handprints and fold them into prayer hands.

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7 thoughts on
“Handprint Easter Prayer”

  1. sheila says:

    This is just a great idea we have 2 grandchildren for confirmation and this is just what i am looking for thanks

  2. Shelah says:

    What a great idea – even for the “older kids”. :)
    Thank you so much for sharing this. It’s lovely.

  3. Terah Webster says:

    I’m NOT finding the prayer to print out…..any suggestions?

    1. Betty Bose says:

      click on the small version of the craft and it will take you to the printable.

  4. Chasity says:

    Cannot get the skin colored hand print to show up to print?

    1. Betty Bose says:

      Click on the template below the project picture. It will take you to a page that has a button at the top that says print this. Click on that button. You print it on flesh colored card stock.

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