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foot and hand print crafts

cow from a foot print (paint bottom of foot pink and parts of top and middle black) Then add ears once done and eyes and nose.
unicorn foot print (I painted my daughters foot blue you can sue any color. Then with paint i added the horn face and hair)
hooked on papa! (you can put hooked on anyone we just made this on for my kids grandfather) 
Used my sons hand as the fish and my daughter foot as the fishing pole
hand/foot print parrot (i painted my daughters foot red let it dry then painted her hand (from bottom to top)yellow blue and purple after that was dry then the branch leaves beak and eye where painted on
ostrich hand print(made by my 1 n half year old with help)i painted to palm of his hand brown his thump a lighter brown and once dried i add the white neck and feet

caterpillar toes- I just painted my daughters toes (nothing else) then i added the face legs and leaf
hand print flamingo (after the hand print drys then add the legs beak and eye(i did mines with pen)
different hand print dino
Fist paint a dino then use Ur hand print as scales on the dino's back.
betta fish using a foot print then adding the fins and face

Hand-print dino
Paint a hand green place on paper then add a tail head and legs and done!
hand print pirate
hand print castle


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