Footprint Stepping Stones

I got some stepping stones the other day for a little over a dollar a piece. I wanted to "jazz" them up a bit. I've seen all these cute footprint pictures on Pinterest. So, I put my kids' feet to work and made these little bugs and flowers, using patio paint (found in craft stores). The other 3 plain footprints are from last year. I love seeing how much they have grown.

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Make sure to follow the directions on the bottle. The paint needs to cure for 3 days before getting wet. You could also use patio paint to decorate your stones any way that you would like. Just let your inner artist come out!

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March 9, 20151 found this helpful

I LOVE this idea, I am going to attempt this with my kids this summer! Hopefully they will hold still!:)

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