Baby foot print ornament

Ready for more crafts using a baby foot (or puppy paw!)? Winking smile 

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This time a Christmas ornament! I got my inspiration via Pinterest. If only my baby’s feet were still that small.

Source: etsy.com via Katie on Pinterest

 

Start with a trip to Michaels with your crafting buddy. Complete with snacks.

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Pick up plain glass ball ornaments. Whatever size will fit your baby’s foot or paw.

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And this glue – Glitter-It!

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And glitter! We picked white and red glitter. Thanksgiving weekend_2012 004Thanksgiving weekend_2012 005

Put some of the Glitter-It! glue into the glass ornament.

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Swirl all around until the whole inside surface is covered.

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Drain excess out for about 10-15 seconds. (Directions taken right from the Glitter-It! glue bottle.)

Next add glitter and rotate ball so the glitter covers the whole inside.

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Shake out excess glitter.

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Next put glue on the baby’s hand/foot/puppy paw and stamp onto the ornament. Cover with glitter.

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And gently tap to remove the excess glitter.

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Make sure to reward your helpers.

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Admire your work.

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Make sure you make enough for grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.! Smile 

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When dry, add a sparkly ribbon to hang on the tree.

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On the tree!

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Another super cute, fairly easy Holiday craft to do with your baby’s feet, hands, or paws! Enjoy. Smile

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