Footprint Christmas Tree

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One of my newest loves is footprint art.  It is great for my multiple aged kids to all make one art project and it’s a wonderful keepsake for me to cherish as they grow.  Gosh do they grow so fast.  Soon these fun and easy footprint Christmas tree projects will be a thing of the past.  I love being able to enjoy them while I can at this age and look forward to the years to come. So while they are still young, enjoy art projects with mom, and their feet fit on paper, we shall make footprint art.
footprint christmas tree craft for kids

Footprint Christmas Tree


This could be a great last minute Christmas craft to do with the kids.

Footprint Christmas Tree by FSPDT

What I used:

sharpies, paint brush, finger paint, paper, glitter mixing paint, and I always keep paper towels and wipes handy.

Footprint Christmas Tree by FSPDT
What I did:
 
I put green paint in a paper plate.  Then I had the kids come sit down.  I painted their feet.  Next I pressed their foot onto white paper.  Then I used the paper towel and wipes to clean their foot off.  Let the paint dry.  Once dry, I used sharpies to draw the string for the lights.  The kids used the glitter mixing paint and made fingerprint lights. I must say that they loved the glitter paint.  
 
 christmas tree footprint art
Classic footprint art is so much fun to make and such a great keepsake for years to come.
 
House of Burke also has an amazing footprint Christmas tree post you should check out here.  I love her creativity and how they decorated their trees.
 
 
     

More fun footprint art:

Footprint Snowman Craft for Kids

Footprint Snowman Craft for Kids by FSPDT
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