Take some time and enjoy making some or all of these footprint crafts. You can make footprint crafts by tracing, dipping, or pressing! Footprint crafts not only make wonderful gifts
and decorations, they are also a unique way to make a record of a child's growth.
If you make any of these footprint projects, make sure you send in a photo to be included in this collection. You can also get your projects published. You can be one of the first to know when new projects are posted if you take a few moments to sign up for the Family Crafts Newsletter and you can also chat about crafts with others in the Family Crafts Forum.
Discover how you can use your baby's footprint to make a fun Christmas gift everyone will love getting!
Craft your own fairy using a footprint, a couple of hand prints, and these directions.
This craft how-to, shared by Katie, shows you how to create an adorable canvas prints featuring a footprint heart.
Check out this fun footprint craft submitted by a visitor named Sylvia. She made a heart out of footprints she cut from a paper plate.
This tutorial teaches you how to print your baby's footprints onto shrink plastic and use them to make a keychain or even a necklace.
Paint the bottom of your kids' feet and let them literally walk all over this t-shirt.
Submitted by Maria Shiyou
Check out this amazing wall that Maria Shiyou created using her grandkid's hand prints and footprints.
A visitor named Tabby explains how you can make angel prints using a footprint and hand prints.
These instructions, shared by Tara, explain how to make little footprints that you can convince your kids came from a leprechaun.
Check out these cute ghosts that were made by tracing shoes.
Jennifer shared a photo of a stepping stone she made using a footprint.
Craft a colorful turkey using a footprint as the body and hand prints as the tail feathers.