Footcraft Friday: Astros Baseball Craft

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Cheer on the Astros with this homemade footcraft sign!Opening day is right around the corner and we’re SUPER excited to see how our World Series champion Houston Astros will perform this year!!! To roll out the red carpet for our team, we’re using Footrcraft Friday to turn our kids’ feet into a bat and hands into a mitt with this sweet craft idea we found on Pinterest. Go ‘Stros!

Supplies

  • Blue and brown paint
  • Black and red markers
  • Paper or easel

 

Directions

  1. Paint your child’s foot and hand brown.  On the left side of your paper, stamp toe-to-toe prints of your child’s foot on a diagonal. This will form the “bat.”
  2. On the right side of your paper, stamp a hand print with your child’s thumb sticking out. This will form the “mitt.” Let dry.
  3. Draw or paint in a bat around the foot prints and a mitt around the hand print as illustrated. Add in date info or any other taglines.
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Dr. Andrew Schneider is a podiatrist and foot surgeon at Tanglewood Foot Specialists in Houston, TX.
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