Definition of handprint
: an impression of a hand on a surface
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Police investigators found a handprint on the man's window that matched the teen's.
Parents can make a handprint or footprint keepsake of their child.
Approximately 15 children attended, and for a nominal fee of $10 (which included a snack), each walked away with a mug decorated with everything from handprints and hearts to cartoon characters and cheerful colors.
Both even have their own version of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, complete with footprints, handprints and blocks of cement honoring surfing legends on the sidewalk outside the stores.
Your handprint could be going on a local fishing tour and leaving a positive impression.
At Concord’s annual KidFest, youngsters up to 12 can ride, jump, skip, slide and zipline; engage with ponies, pythons and monkeys; create spin art, balloon hats and keepsake handprints; and have selfies taken with Batman and Curious George.
Also on view are big color photograms and copper etchings of the artist’s handprints and medical prescriptions.
The white board behind his desk had his 3-year-old son Pierce's name written down and some handprints but not much else.
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