• Candy Thompson

    Made from hand prints and foot print. Santa is made from thumb prints. Cute idea for kids craft

  • Kylie Lightner

    Made from hand prints and foot print. Santa is made from thumb prints. This so cute... And I don't even care if it's more handprints and footprints, Kim. It's super cute

  • Lynn Decker

    Made from hand prints and foot print. Santa is made from thumb prints. ENJOY;) Good Christmas craft!!

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