Footcraft Friday: Penguin Prints

The perfect winter kid craft: a foot print penguin!As a Houston podiatrist, my New Year's committment, each and every year, is make sure that foot pain never keers your kids’ growing feet  from the business of childhood: running, playing and having fun.

It's that goal that inspires me to share my weekly foot print craft with all of you: I love finding ways for you to capture those all-too-brief moments when our kids' little appendages are tiny. To start the New Year off right, I'm sharing a perfect winter craft this week that I found on Meet the Dubiens. If you try it out, please give us a glimpse of your sweet results on my Facebook page. Happy New Year!

Footprint Penguin


Black, white, and orange paint
Paint brush
Googly eyes


1. Paint your child’s foot black and stamp on the paper. Allow to dry.

2. Using your black paint, paint some wings on your penguin

3. Using your white paint, paint a body on your penguin

4. Paint on an orange beak

5. Glue on 2 googly eyes

Hope you enjoy this one—feel free to share pics of your finished projects on our Facebook or Pinterest pages.

Dr. Andrew Schneider
Dr. Andrew Schneider is a podiatrist and foot surgeon at Tanglewood Foot Specialists in Houston, TX.
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