Spring has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean we can’t re-capture the beautifully blooming flowers, all while capturing the imprint of your child’s feet. Hope you enjoy this fun Flower Pot craft I found on Crafty Morning. Feel free to share your finished projects on our Pinterest or Facebook page.
Start by painting the child’s ball of their foot including their toes and having them step on a piece of white paper.
Take a little paintbrush and make green stems.
Cut out a flower pot with the brown construction paper and glue it where the stems end.
Glue on a pretty yellow polka-dot ribbon for the finishing touch!
Of course, anyone with children knows that it’s not sunshine and flowers all the time—sometimes your kids’ feet hurt! Persistent foot pain is not a normal part of growing up—if it hurts your child to walk, run or play, you need to get them help! Schedule an appointment with Dr. Andrew Schneider today.
Houston Foot & Ankle Specialist Dr. Andrew Schneider offers sports podiatry, diabetic foot care, and treatment and surgery of all foot and ankle problems to residents of Houston Texas and surrounding areas. Contact us today for an immediate appointment.