Footcraft Friday: Easter Chicks

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Looking for a cute kiddy craft to get the family into the Easter spirit? Check out this adorable chick print idea from Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails—it captures the mood of the holiday and the print of your children’s quickly growing feet.

MaterialsCapture one or more of your kids' sweet footprints with this awesome baby chick project

  • Washable paint
  • Sharpies 
  • Cardstock
  • Paint brush

 

Directions

  1. Paint your child’s foot with yellow paint.  Take his little foot and press it down on the white paper.  Repeat 2 more times (or sub in alternate children’s footprints) until you have 3 little footprints on the cardstock.  
  2. Leave the paper to dry a few hours.  
  3. Take the sharpies and add the grass and flowers. You can also add the eyes, beak, and wings to the chicks.
Dr. Andrew Schneider
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Dr. Andrew Schneider is a podiatrist and foot surgeon at Tanglewood Foot Specialists in Houston, TX.
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