Footcraft Friday: Thanksgiving Scarecrow Centerpiece


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This footprint scarecrow would make a great holiday table topperNeed something sweet to make your Thanksgiving table complete? Why not forego the typical turkey crafts and try this Footprint Scarecrow Craft from Sweet and Lovely Crafts? I think it could also make for great place card fodder!


  • Green and Cream colored paint
  • Crayola markers
  • White cardstock



  1. Paint your child’s heel and toes with the cream color and paint the rest of his or her foot green.
  2. Stamp your child’s foot print on a piece of cardstock. Let it dry.
  3. Now, draw on the details with the markers.  Use a dark brown marker to draw the post that goes from the feet into the ground. Then use that same marker to draw the hat. Next, take an orange marker to draw the arms and a light brown one to draw the broom handle.  Finally, use light and dark yellow marker to draw all of the straw coming out of the scarecrow, and add a little face and any other details you like to the scarecrow’s body.
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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