Mai & I have been having so much fun working our way through the alphabet with our A-Z animal footprint crafts. She has lovingly coined them “stinky foot crafts”. Our latest batch of stinky foot crafts are from I-K.
I is for Iguana
As with all of our footprint crafts, it all begins with a footprint.
Paint your child’s foot & press it on to a piece of paper.
Dab on a white spot for the eye & paint in the iguana’s spikes.
Paint in the tail & feet.
Finish it off by adding in the face & painting stripes on the tail.
J is for Jaguar
Paint your child’s foot in yellow & press onto a piece of paper on a slant. Paint in the ears, legs & tail. Dab on two white circles for the eyes. Dab more white onto the bottom of the legs for feet. Paint in the jaw & outline the underside of the jaguar with white. Dab on light brown spots & let them dry. Outline the spots in black marker & mark the inside to form the rosettes. Finish the face to complete.
K is for Kangaroo
Paint your child’s foot in brown & press onto a piece of paper on a slant. Paint in the ears, tail, arms & legs. Add two dabs of white for the eyes & paint the underside of the foot in white. Let dry & draw in the facial details with a marker & color in the middle of the ears. Paint in a line to form the kangaroo’s pouch.
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Love how this is reinforcing the alphabet and think my favorite here is the kangaroo 🙂
Thank you, Janine. I love making these with her. They are so much fun.
This is so adorable, I’m sure kids would love it!
Thank you so much. 🙂