Footcraft Friday: Cowboy Craft

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Childhood should be all about art and fun, not tragic loss and violence. Make a craft porject with your kid today!It's almost Rodeo time here in Houston, so I found a cowboy footprint craft on Pinterest to share with all of you. Start pulling out your cowboy boots and build up some excitement with this cute project!

Supplies

  • Little feet
  • Markers
  • Paint
  • Paper
  • Paintbrush

Directions

  1. Paint both your child’s feet with brown pain, then stamp two prints on the bottom half of your page, connecting the prints at the heel. These will form your cowboy’s legs and feet.
  2. Using a marker or paint, add in spurs to the pants legs, and draw or paint in the remainder of your cowboy’s body: shirt, face, arms, hands, hat—anything you come up with!
  3. Let dry and make sure to give your loved ones an extra hug while you wait.
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Dr. Andrew Schneider is a podiatrist and foot surgeon at Tanglewood Foot Specialists in Houston, TX.
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