pinned this recipe and we got to work mixing everything up with our hands. I'm kind of ghetto and don't own a rolling pin, so we used a Febreeze air freshener can to roll our dough flat. So creative. It made enough dough for both of her hands but you could obviously do a hand and a foot if you prefer (I just didn't want to have to worry about cleaning Aspen's feet).
One word of advice- don't bake these suckers on parchment. They will stick and you will have to peel it off and then give up and live with the remnants.
Homemade Hand Prints:
2 C flour
1/2 C salt
3/4 C warm water
Mix all ingredients in a large bowl, kneading by hand if necessary.
Roll dough one inch thick in the shape you prefer for your print (circle, square, etc).
With dough on a baking sheet, press hand/foot into the dough firmly. Use a knife to press a name/date into the dough and then bake at 325 degrees for 30-40 mins. Allow to air-dry a day or two to ensure the print has hardened before handling.