Footcraft Friday: Helicopter Craft

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Try scanning your child's footprint onto your computer to create a great keepsake like this one!If the arrival of spring has you making plans to jet off on vacation (or just dreaming of doing so) here are a few suggestions from your Houston podiatrist: remember to pack supportive shoes for you and your children (even if the beach is your final destination, something other than flip-flops is necessary) and try out this sweet flight-worthy foot craft, inspired by My Forever Prints.

Supplies

  • Paper
  • Three colors of paint
  • Your child’s foot

 

Directions

  1. Paint your child’s foot in one color and stamp a print, toes down, on a slight diagonal. Allow to dry.
  2. Using the other paint colors, draw in the wings and propeller of the helicopter, as well as your child’s name, the date and/or any additional details you would like!
  3. Makes a great gift or wall décor.
Dr. Andrew Schneider
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A podiatrist and foot surgeon in Houston, TX.
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