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Monday, January 2, 2017

Footprint Snowman

It's been in the 50's-60's here while I've heard stories and seen photos of the 8-12 inches of snow my relatives got for Christmas in Utah. But, that doesn't mean we aren't dreaming of at least a little snow this winter! In the meantime, we'll make our own snowmen of sorts...out of our feet! This is a perfect footprint craft, and it was relatively quick to do.
Footprint Snowman
I love the side-by-side comparisons of my children's feet as time goes by. Soon, I won't be able to fit my 9 year old's footprint on the same page as his siblings!

Just paint the bottom of the foot white, and press it onto a piece of paper (we used black cardstock). If the footprint is incomplete, just fill it in with some more paint. Quickly wipe/wash the foot off before your child goes wandering through the house! When that dries, paint on some eyes, a mouth, buttons, a nose and a scarf to complete each snowman.

Now you have some adorable little footprint snowmen to last through the ages :). We made some extra snowmen to put on homemade cards for my kids' teachers at church.

Thanks Crafty Crafted for the cute idea!

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