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These DIY Christmas cards are very very cute! They look great and because little feet have participated, they are also very special.


Material

  • Card or thick paper
  • Paint (we used brown)
  • A marker – or other antler drawing materials
  • Eyes – we used googly eyes, you can make your own, draw them on, use buttons…
  • A shiny nose. We used a red pom pom!

Method

  1. Print your footprint onto the card. We printed many feet, because it’s fun and because footprints don’t always work the first time… We printed onto a larger piece of paper and then cut out the best one!
  2. When your footprint is dry, it is time to give your reindeer a face. We stuck on a pom pom nose, drew on two antlers and gave him googly eyes!
  3. The last step was to stick the footprint reindeer onto a red card. A very special Christmas Card indeed!




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Hi! I am Julie from Emma Owl. Julie: Masters & Phd in patience, Tantrum & Melt down Negotiator, Tooth brushing Instructor, Manners Expert, Toy repair Specialist, Play-date social Secretary - Coordinator of Chaos. With a corporate background I am now full time Mommy to two Children, and loving every minute of it! I manage the Emma Owl Blog, it keeps me busy and keeps my mind active. Originally from South Africa I am now a fully fledged Dutchwoman! Windmills and all!

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  • The humble hand and footprints can be used to create so many cute art activities

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  • Super cute. How many things have been made from hand and/or footprints? But I’ve never seen a reindeer. Great for xmas

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  • Very cute ! My 6yr old did the whole alphabet at school with hand and foot prints :)

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  • What a fantastic idea – I could imagine many grandparents holding on to a Christmas card like this to show their grandchild just how small their footprint once was. Thanks so much for sharing this idea.

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  • Brilliant idea. such a great project. Thank you

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  • What a superb and mega cute idea! Our toddler would love making these!!

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  • I LOOOOVE seeing these things, but then I often forget about them closer to Xmas and never end up doing all these cute crafts

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  • oh these are super cute! and they look really easy as well and make great grandparent gifts! these would also be really good for kids to do at day care

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  • Such a cute idea that the kids will love as they can paint each other and me!

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  • This would be great for the kids to make for family. They’d have a wonderful time making them and seeing peoples reaction when they were received.

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  • Great idea for a Xmas present for the grandparents

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  • Fun and creative.

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  • I did this when my daughter was a bub and then again every 3 years but we used hands as antlers. They made great gifts too for the grandparents who still to this day have them

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  • Hahaha, I love this. And so easy. This is so cute and fun to do with kids.

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  • A great project and gift for the grandparents

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