Father’s Day Boot and Footprint Poem

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This Father’s Day Boot and Footprint Poem confirms how important Dad’s are. Dad will beam with pride when presented with this tribute and if you frame it, he’ll put it in a place of honor on his wall or desk. If you have more than one child you might want to pair this craft up with the Father’s Day Handprint Card and Poem.

Trivia:

In 1912 Halsey Taylor, the inventor of drinking fountain, dedicated his invention to his father, who died from typhoid fever after drinking from a contaminated public water supply.

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Instructions’
  1. Click on and print out the printable below.
  2. Take one of Dad’s boots, shoes or sneakers and paint with blue craft paint.  An interesting sole make for a more creative look.You might want to experiment on a scrap paper to see how the item prints before stamping on the finished project. Let dry
  3. Wash the paint off the item you used.
  4. Brush the bottom of the child’s foot with a contrasting color paint (we used red). and stamp over the boot print. Let dry.

Find the perfect frame and Dad will treasure this for many years.

Printable

Click on the printable below to open it in a new window to print

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2 thoughts on “Father’s Day Boot and Footprint Poem”

  1. Elizabeth says:

    This is such a cute craft! All of your Father’s Day stuff is wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing them.
    I was looking for the template for this one and it says that it is not there. Can I get a copy somewhere?
    Thank you!

    • Betty Bose says:

      Thank you for bringing this problem to my attention. I believe we have it resolved and hope it was not too late to make a gift for Dad. After all when we have children, every day is Father’s Day.

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