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Welcome to Day 4 of our Holiday Print Art series with FSDPT! Today we are bringing you a quintessential holiday print craft, reindeer hand and footprints. They are so popular that Jaime has already done some adorable Reindeer Footprints in this series! This craft is very near and dear to me because it was Kingston's VERY first holiday print craft ever. At 2 months old, he made reindeer footprint cards for every member of our family. This craft really sparked the interest in print crafts for me, and we haven't stopped since! So, I knew we had to redo them this year (and of course do them with Bentley also!) and thought we would go ahead and add a cute reindeer handprint too.
For this craft, I actually used paint. This isn't something I do often, especially not with really little babies. But, I liked the color better than the dark brown ink we typically use! I painted Kingston's hand and foot with brown washable paint. Once his prints were dry, I gave him two red pom poms and had him glue them on. Then we put on googly eyes. I added antlers with brown marker, and they were complete! I think they came out so cute, and I can't wait to do some reindeer footprints with Bentley.
Head on over to FSPDT to see their adorable Christmas Tree Handprint Craft!
Don't miss the other posts in the Holiday Print Art Series:
Twas the Night Before Christmas Mouse Footprint Craft - House of Burke
Reindeer Footprint Craft - FSPDT
Pom Pom Christmas Tree Handprint Craft - House of Burke
Fingerprint Candy Cane Ornaments - FSPDT
Grinch Handprint Craft - House of Burke
Mitten Craft - FSPDT