Footcraft Friday: Pretty Little Flowers


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The ball of your little one's feet is as pretty as a petalSpring 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.


  • Pink/green paint
  • A paintbrush
  • A foot
  • Brown paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Yellow ribbon



  1. Start by painting the child’s ball of their foot including their toes and having them step on a piece of white paper.
  2. Take a little paintbrush and make green stems.
  3. Cut out a flower pot with the brown construction paper and glue it where the stems end.
  4. 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.
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A podiatrist and foot surgeon in Houston, TX.
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