Reindeer Footprint Art

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Excited to be teaming up with Blayne  from House of Burke to bring you  Holiday Print Art this week.  We both will be sharing 5 print art ideas for you and your family or students.  We both just love print art because it is fun and a great keepsake.
 
 
To start our Christmas crafting we created Reindeer Footprint Art this year.   I love trying new print art with the kids each year.  This is the first of 5 we tried for 2014.  Fun for multiple ages to make and a great way for us to decorate our art wall for Christmas.
Reindeer Footprint Art

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What we used:
 
 brown paint
 
sharpies
 
red buttons
 
google eyes from craftprojectideas.com (thanks for the free craft supplies)
 
white cardstock paper
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What we did:
 
I made footprints of each child.  I have a 2yr, 3yr, and 6yr.  I left the prints to dry and we came back to them the next night to decorate.
 
I decorated the 2yrs reindeer footprint.  This was to try out what we would use to create them.  My 3yr and 6yr decorated their own except the antlers that I drew on for them.
Reindeer Footprint Art
Add google eyes and button nose.  Last use a brown sharpie to draw antlers.  Now we have 3 cute reindeer footprints hanging on our art wall.
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Head over to House of Burke to see: Twas the Night Before Christmas Mouse
 holiday print art
Hope you can enjoy this with your family too,
 
     
Jaime
 
 
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       All kids are different and only you can decide how you let your kids play. And with what materials you let them play with. My children are supervised when playing. Please keep this in mind with any post you read of mine!      
 
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