This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Wet Ones® hand wipes. The opinions and texts are all mine.
We’ve had a ridiculous amount of rainy days here in Iowa the last few weeks. I love the smells and sounds of a good thunderstorm, but they make for long afternoons indoors with toddlers.
Building blocks, reading stories, playing hide-n-seek, and dress up quickly got old for them. So we tried something new and had messy fun with fingerprint art!
Messy Fun with
Fingerprint Art and Toddlers
The Fingerprint Princesses and Fairies book has tons of ideas inside, on how to turn finger prints into art! Pair that with some colorful ink pads and you have yourself a good half hour of fun with toddlers. My teen daughter has been having some creative fun with this book too, so I can assure you it’s not just for young kids.
I’m not going to lie, ink pads and toddlers make for messy hands but, fingerprint art is SO much fun! My twins may be too young yet to turn their fingerprints into characters and art, but they love making colored dots all over the paper, and themselves. It’s a good idea to have Wet Ones® Antibacterial Hand Wipes on hand for fingerprint art time!
I don’t stress when Mr. Oliver paints his arm with ink pads because I hand him Wet Ones® Hand Wipes to clean himself up. Okay, I have to help but the wipes do all the work. They are the convenient 2-in-1 way to wipe out dirt and messes and kill 99.99% of germs.
This summer will be full of so many adventures, beyond fingerprint art and amusement parks. Among those adventures will be a lot of dirt, and grossness, and messy fingers enjoying it all.
I’ll be ready with Wet Ones® Canisters at home and Wet Ones® Singles in my purse because they are tough on dirt and germs, but gentle on skin. As a mom with little ones, I appreciate the moisturizing aloe inside each wipe, that makes them easy on the skin for even the littlest of hands.