Thursday, December 15, 2011

Christmas Keepsake

A fun art project to do with your little ones and to keep for years to come.
The reindeer is the child's hand. The footprint is the sleigh. Santa's head can be a thumbprint. The child or the adult can add a few special touches to complete the project. Use some glitter for the stars and paint snow for the bottom of the picture.
This can be tricky getting the right placement. Painting their feet tickles them. A little bit messy as well. But I have done this for years and the parents love it.

On another note my computer died. I am using our backup which is slow as Moses. I don't know how long it will last. So if I disappear and you need me, shoot me an email.

Hope you are checking off your Holiday List..........be nice not nauty.

10 comments:

Karen Mortensen said...

That is darling.

Junebug said...

What a cute idea! I think I will have to try this with the grandkids! Hugs!!

Kimberly said...

that's an adorable idea.

Grammy Goodwill said...

That is so cute. I thought I'd seen all the kids' crafts, but I've never seen that one. I wonder if my daughter has...........

Blondie's Journal said...

Debbie...this is SO cute! I am going to use this idea on my grandbabies...whenever I get some!! ;-D

XO,
Jane

Sue said...

Your computer died? Poor baby. Guess you'll have to keep in touch via a phone call to me! LOL This keepsake is adorable. xo Sue

Nezzy said...

Cute, Cute,Cute!!! I did this with my Special Ed. students many time in the past!

Precious artwork ya have there sweetie!!!

God bless ya and have yourself a marvelous day!

BTW: Giveaway...my place, ya'll come. The cider's simmerin' and the fudge is goooood!!! Heeehehe :o)

Nan said...

Maybe get yourself and iPad instead of a computer? Even my Kindle Fire does documents and e-mails, movies and everything but a phone and a camera.
I love that Santa picture I think it's ever so clever. Nan

Julia said...

What a stroke of genius. I love it. Thanks for sharing.

Sorry about your computer dying. What a pain. JB

Angie said...

What a cute idea!! My kids are on Christmas break and we are looking for crafts, this is perfect :)

XOXO,
Angie