Look What I Did With a Leaf!

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via

DIY Painted Leaf Art

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leaf owls

Waldtiere im Winterwald - Tiere Basteln - Meine Enkel und ich - Made with schwedesign.de--paper and pressed leaf owls

fun fall craft - leaf hedgehog

hedgehog fall leaf craft - I did this with my son's class and it was a total hit. I'd recommend using leaves that aren't brown yet, as the brown leaves are more brittle and hard for kids it work with.

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Paper Web tutorial.

DIY paper spiderweb I imagine since you are so good at cutting the snowflakes that this would b a perfect craft for this Halloween you are going to make many of

Kindergarten shape owl craft Common Core Geometry

Kindergarten Shape Owls

Kindergarten shape owl craft Common Core Geometry - make various animals from shapes - older kids can tally and graph the shapes used

Leaf people

Creative Nature Display: turning the leaves into people or animals . this design would also be a cool way to display a collection from a nature walk. Interesting stick frame and the cards hanging down. Project appropriate for Apologia Botany.

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I'm so doing this with my little one! Making a fall leaf wreath with kids, craft, children, elementary school, paper plate.

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Plastiquem: PLOU I TOTS ANEM AMB PARAIGÜES. Crayon and watercolor umbrella drawings. Crayon resist with blue water correct over white crayon. Or cool colors over white crayon and make the umbrella warm colors only.

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popping paint filled balloons on a canvas . put paint tape to cover the place to stencil, put paint filled balloons around canvas, pop with darts (slingshots?), let dry, use stencil to add silhouette - love it! Or do the crayon melting thing!