Baby Footprint Valentine’s Day Cards

Baby Footprint Valentines Tutorial | spotofteadesigns.com

At five months old, I decided Brielle was definitely ready for some crafting! She already helped me make a birthday card for Derek but I thought she was ready for the next step in baby crafting: finger painting! Or in this case, footprint painting! I set up the tripod and remote so I could capture this memorable crafty milestone!

Baby Footprint Valentine's Day Cards | spotofteadesigns.com

Baby Footprint Valentine's Day Cards | spotofteadesigns.com

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We used the red paint from this pack: Crayola 4ct Washable Fingerpaints and got to work doing two side-by-side footprints to form a heart. I think she was into it (or more likely confused on why I was painting her feet.)

Baby Footprint Valentines Tutorial | spotofteadesigns.com

I added a few of my own crafty components and her first painting crafts were complete!

Baby Footprint Valentines Tutorial | spotofteadesigns.com

I love seeing them all as a collection! Tip: Prepare to make more footprint portions than you need and just pick the best ones to send! We made eight and these were the top five!

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3 Comments on Baby Footprint Valentine’s Day Cards

  1. Marti
    February 6, 2014 at 10:03 am (7 months ago)

    How cute! Such a sweet way to make a card! Thanks for sharing it with us at Sewlicious Home Decor. Pinned to the Valentine board!

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