11 Adorable Footprint Art Ideas To Do With Your Kids

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source: Crafty Morning

With the current directive to self-isolate to help stop the spread of COVID-19, many of us have been tasked with the extremely difficult job of trying to keep young kids busy and entertained. I fit into this category, and let me tell you, some days are a real struggle. That’s why we need to think outside the box and get a little creative when it comes to kids’ activities. Fortunately, that’s where this craft idea comes in! Here are 11 ideas for making footprint art that you can easily do with your kids or grandkids.

1. Summer Flip Flops

source: Fun Handprint Art

How cute is this summery flip flop and footprint craft? Kids will have fun decorating the flip flops however they want!

2. Easter Chicks

With Easter right around the corner, this drawing of chicks is cute and festive!

3. Spooky Witch

source: Sweet and Lovely Crafts

I love this spooky yet friendly witch footprint art.

4. Construction Site

source: The Keeper of the Cheerios

Such a fun footprint craft for all of the tractor and bulldozer-lovers out there!

5. Sweet Koala

source: Baby Blog

This koala craft is so sweet, it’s actually worth framing!

6. “Tweet” Hearts

source: Crafty Morning

This would be such a heartfelt, personalized gift to give your kids’ grandparents.

7. Monsters

source: Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails

A footprint makes for the perfect Frankenstein – or other spooky monster!

8. Bluebells

I love this idea of using footprints as pretty bluebells!

9. Rocket

source: The Best Ideas For Kids

This might be my favorite footprint craft idea of the whole list – so clever and creative.

10. Smiling Starfish

source: Easy Peasy and Fun

This starfish made from footprint art will appeal to all the sea creature-loving kids out there.

11. Artsy Carrots

Okay, I also really love this one. Another frame-worthy piece!

Now that you have a whole list of easy and fun footprint crafts, you’ll be able to keep away your kids’ boredom for a little while longer. Good luck, fellow parents – and remember, we are all in this together!