Recycled Playtime Craft: Stomping Feet

I want to be sure to give credit for this idea to A Happy Wanderer.  I saw it on her site and just knew I had to put the leftover Christmas boxes to work with this recycled craft for kids.  Everyone in our house was sick and grumpy, and I thought it might be fun for us to get silly as we were stomping around.

How to Make Kids' Playtime Bigfoot Stomper "Shoes"

How to Make Kids’ Playtime Bigfoot Stomper “Shoes”

Fun Recycled Craft

Fun Recycled Craft

What You Need to Make Stomping Feet

  • Cardboard
  • Marker
  • Scissors
  • Pipe cleaners
Stomping Feet Recycled Craft Supplies

Stomping Feet Recycled Craft Supplies

Draw a great big foot onto a piece of cardboard and cut it out.  Flip it over and trace onto another piece of cardboard and cut that out, too.  You will end up with a decently-matched left and right foot.

Draw a great big foot onto a piece of cardboard and cut it out. Flip it over and trace onto another piece of cardboard and cut that out, too. You will end up with a decently-matched left and right foot.

Cut four holes into each foot around where your child's real foot will go.  Thread the pipe cleaners through from he back.  I used two pipe cleaners for each foot.

Cut four holes into each foot around where your child’s real foot will go. Thread the pipe cleaners through from he back. I used two pipe cleaners for each foot.

Step on and fasten with the pipe cleaners.  You're now ready to stomp around the house!

Step on and fasten with the pipe cleaners. You’re now ready to stomp around the house!

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Lorna Doone Brewer is a freelance writer, also known as the Queen Bee. She lives in the beautiful Inland Northwest with three spirited daughters and a wildly outnumbered husband.

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