Yarn Wrapped Footprint Mummy Craft

This Yarn Wrapped Footprint Mummy Craft is not only a wonderful Halloween craft idea for kids to make (and also work on their fine motor skill), it’s also an adorable keepsake that will be cherished for years to come.

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With Halloween just around the corner we am sure you are busy searching for fun Halloween art and craft ideas to make with your kids. This project is great for preschool and kids in kindergarten as they can make it on their own (or with little help).

If you are just looking for a great Halloween keepsake gift for grandparents or other family members, this one is great to make with toddlers too, if they like to get a bit messy (and you don’t mind doing most of the work).

How to Make a Yarn Wrapped Footprint Mummy Craft

What you Need:

  • Black Cardstock Paper
  • White Paint
  • Paint Brush
  • Scissors
  • White Yarn
  • Tape
  • Googly Eyes
  • Glue

Step by Step Tutorial

Let the kids paint their foot white – you can have them dip the foot into the paint or have them cover the surface of their foot with a brush (it might tickle).

Have them press down their feet onto the black cardstock to leave a white footprint.

Have them cut out the footprint.

Adhere two wiggle eyes on the footprint.

Turn over the footprint and with some tape, secure the yarn.

Start wrapping the yarn around the footprint, covering the whole footprint but loosely enough that the footprint is still visible.

When you are happy with how your Yarn Wrapped Footprint Mummy Craft is looking, secure the end of the yarn with glue or make a know.

All done!

Mummy craft for kids.

Project contributed by Jackie W.

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