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This is what I came up with — We have added a Video tutorial using a handprint which you can view below. We look forward to trying some other designs in the sand — maybe some writing or paw prints would be fun: Please let me know if you make one…we love to hear feedback on our crafts: Sand Footprint moulds — using just a Photo frame, sand, plaster of paris and some shells for extra decoration.
A photo frame big enough to fit the number of prints you wish to use. A small frame with just one print would look great too. Water for making the plaster Cardboard to use to smooth the sand we just used some from our recycling Spray on sealer Glue gun Sea shells for decoration Start by covering your work surface with something to catch the sand and any drips of plaster — we used an old tarp.
Remove the cardboard backing off the frame and carefully discard the glass from the frame this will not be needed. Place the cardboard backing over the front of the frame and flip it over — this will create a nice box that you will then fill with sand.
I used a flat piece of cardboard to smooth the sand out level with where the glass used to sit the first inside groove.
How to prep your frame. Carefully stamp each foot into the sand to make a nice impression — we had to re-do this part a few times with my 1 year old — he just wanted to squeeze his toes into the sand. Once I was happy with the imprints I set about mixing the plaster of paris as per the packet instructions.
Leave plaster to set as per directions on packet — mine was hard after 5 hours — it was a hot and dry day though. I then gave it some more drying time in the sun before spraying with a sealer. This will help glue and seal any loose sand. I then used a glue gun to attach some tiny shells around the picture to add some extra detail.
Hanging on our wall: My little girls feet frozen in time.
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