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Painted feet art

 
Painted feet art makes a great personal gift for kids to give to family and friends, especially on Valentine's Day. You could try framing their artwork too to make it extra special. Have a go at making your own with these easy instructions.
Painted feet art makes a great personal gift for kids to give to family and friends, especially on Valentine's Day.

You could try framing their artwork too to make it extra special.

Have a go at making your own with these easy instructions.
 

What you will need

 
  • Large piece of white paper
  • Gold or silver pen
  • Red paint
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Large piece of black paper (or any other colour you have)
  • Pen to write with
 

How to make Happy Feet


1. Draw a large heart on your sheet of white paper with the gold or silver pen.

2. Paint your child's left foot with the red paint and make a footprint on a 45º degree angle on the left hand side of the heart, pointing their toes towards the top (see photo).

3. Paint your child's right foot and repeat step 2 on the opposite side of the heart pointing towards the right.

4. Wait for the paint to dry and then cut out your heart shape.

5. Glue the heart onto the black paper.

6. Using the pen, write a nice message to go with their Happy Feet.
 

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Source: This article has been written by Creators, a nationwide service offering quality home-based care and education. Creators are passionate about seeing every child’s unique talent being recognized and nurtured.
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