Footcraft Friday: Ghosting for Halloween

the boo-tiful finished product!Does just the thought of Oct. 31 send your brain into a sugar coma? Do you want your children to enjoy Halloween in a way that doesn’t rot their teeth or put them at the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes?

Then why not try making these Ghostly Greeting Cards from Cheap Crafty Mama—they’ll last a lot longer than the booty earned from trick or treating! P.S.: If your kids feet are looking scary even when they aren’t making little ghost and goblin prints, come see kids podiatrist Dr. Andrew Schneider right away! 


  • Construction Paper
  • Black Paper
  • Scissors
  • Paint
  • Glue
  • Markers
  • Cookie Sheet


  1. Set out a plate with some white paint, a paintbrush, and a cookie sheet with a piece of black construction paper on it.
  2. Brush the paint on your child’s foot and stamp it on the paper several times.
  3. Once the paint dries, draw on some ghostly faces with a black marker, cut the "ghosts" out of the construction paper, cut up some other scraps of paper, and glued it all together to make some cute cards!
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Dr. Andrew Schneider is a podiatrist and foot surgeon at Tanglewood Foot Specialists in Houston, TX.
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