Handprint and footprint art is super popular, because let’s face it, we all love to see those cute squishy little baby and toddler feet and hands. There is something about them that is just so adorable. Not only are these way too cute, but they make for perfect Grandparent’s gifts for the holidays! Print out these Christmas footprint art templates and write a little note on the back and you have a homemade Christmas card.
These simple footprint Christmas crafts can be an awesome gift or fun creation for memories and holiday cheer.
Christmas footprint art
We had so much fun with our Christmas handprint art printables, I thought we would bring you some Christmas footprint art printables as well! They are fun to make AND provide kids with a nice sensory experience. Most kids will love squishing wet paint between their toes, for those that may not, you might try a large ink pad instead.
If that is still a stretch, you can always trace their foot and have them paint or color it in. The ‘Mistletoes’ works best with smaller feet, my toddler fit them perfectly. However, if you want to use them with bigger children, the paint just might go into the bows or the wording a bit, but will still be cute, I promise!!
Fun Ways to share these baby footprint Christmas cards
Once you create these footprint Christmas cards, you’re going to love sharing them with family and friends! There’s just no doubt that they’re certain to be the cutest cards that they receive.
Make certain that you keep some of this Christmas footprint art for you as well because this is going to be one Christmas memory and decoration idea that you’re never going to want to forget.
Who knew that baby feet could possibly get any cuter? These footprint Christmas cards prove that it’s possible!
ReindeerFootprint (2 sizes, just cut the paper in half and choose a size!)
These printables can be downloaded by clicking above, but also come in our Christmas Printable Pack that you can access by subscribing to our exclusive content and newsletter! Sign up here.
Have so much fun with these! I hope your kiddos love them as much as mine do!
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Jules ruud says
You are the printable master. I love these!
Oh my goodness! These are SO adorable! I am forwarding your post to my sister so she can do my niece’s Mistletoes! Love it!
Sasha Klein says
Love this! I’m getting the kids to help with this for the Grandmas
Yay! That’s what we did! The kiddos little footprints will be so cute!! ❤️