Footcraft Friday: Disney Princess Day!


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Create this Disney princess with your little princess' foot print~There’s a special tradition in my family: each of my three children has gone on a solo-trip with me to Disneyland. I have two boys and one little girl and, as you can guess, when it came time for her excursion, it was all about the princesses!

When I stumbled across this adorable craft idea on The Keeper of The Cheerios, it brought me back to the days when her tiny little feet ran to line up for a meet-and-greet with Cinderella. I hope you enjoy preserving your little princess’ feet with this great activity!

Disney Princess Footprints


  • Paint in Several Colors (depending on the princess you choose)
  • Paper or Canvas
  • Plate (for putting paint on)
  • Markers if desired


  1. Choose which princess you’d like to create. For this example, we’ll work with Cinderella, but you could choose Tiana, Ariel, Snow White, Jasmine…whoever is the current favorite in your house!
  2. Fill a plate with blue paint and have your child place her foot in the paint. Make a footprint on the paper or canvas, making sure the heel points up and the toes point down. This will be your princess’ body.
  3. Using a marker or paintbrush, add in princess details—for our example. Cinderella’s skirt, her haid, hair and headband. Finish with facial features or leave blank (as pictured) for a sketch-like appeal.

Too many little girls hurt their feet trying to fit into princess shoes that don’t support health growth and development. If your daughter is experiencing foot pain, schedule an appointment with Dr. Andrew Schneider today!

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