This is such a fun activity to do, and of course as always, painting with hands and feet makes it even more special!


Material

  • Some Cardboard / Thick Paper
  • 2 Googly Eyes - or make your own
  • Some Non-toxic Paint
  • A Pen / crayon to complete the legs and feelers

Method

  1. We painted our toes green and then stepped and stepped!
  2. Once dry, I shadow cut around them.
  3. The final step is adding eyes and legs and feelers! Feel free to add these however you like. We used goggly eyes and drew on the legs and feelers.


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  • Emma Owl
    • 13 Nov 2014
      4:30 pm

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  • awww these are simply the best ones.. my son would be so excited to do these..hahaa awesome.

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  • The fun that can be had doing this would be limitless. More mess. More fun!

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  • Hehe this is cute. Toddler will love it.

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  • So cute and a great record of how little they all were at one stage in their life!

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  • great way to keep toe prints and making it fun in the process

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  • I love that this is a very fun activity and every little creation is unique.

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  • A fun and very cute art work,thanks!

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  • This is so adorable… thank you for sharing!

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  • a footprint keepsake is precious.

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  • ha ha this is so cute. How original. Thank you for sharing.

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  • Well, that’s just adorable! Love this idea

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  • smashing art fun – love using feet tactile ways – I encourage this kind of thing in my home

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  • Great tactile project for the summer months. Kids love exploring different textures with their feet. Great way to capture fun memories. Love it! Thanks for sharing. Have you tried a series of trays of different textures for the kids to walk through and explore (water, sand, cornflour ‘goop’ paint, peddles etc)?

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  • Thanks for sharing this creative idea; looks fun!.

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  • You had such a wonderful idea, Emma Owl! :-)

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