Making a fall leaf wreath with kids, craft, children, elementary school, paper plate! An leafs

Waxed leaves: Melt beeswax in a double-boiler (optional - few drops cinnamon oil). When wax is all melted, take a DRY LEAF by the stem and immerse it. Lift leaf out & hold it over the pot to drip. Then lay leaf on waxed paper to dry.

Leaves must be completely dry. Melt beeswax in a double-boiler. Can use old candle stubs. (Optional - add a few drops of cinnamon oil). Hold leaves by the stem and dip in wax. Let excess drip off, then lay them on waxed paper to dry.

Zelfklevende folie op de raam plakken met de klevende kant naar binnen toe. Hierop kunnen bladeren geplakt worden!

Contact paper on the windows. What a lovely place to display all the beautiful leaves the kids and I collect in fall. Fall crafts for kids.

How to make waxed fall leaves for autumn and Thanksgiving decor.

How to Make Waxed Fall Leaves

egg carton mushrooms

Oh serious cuteness alert. I do love a Mushroom Craft – I just find the super cute for pretend fairy land play but I also like “clever” egg carton crafts – that make the most of the egg carton box “shape”… and…

What a beautiful way to preserve all of those autumn leaves that your child brings to you in the fall! Rather than throwing them away, you can make this beautiful fall wreath together and keep it all season long!

A winter welcome with a personal touch: seasonal crafts special

What a beautiful way to preserve all of those autumn leaves that your child brings to you in the fall! Rather than throwing them away, you can make this beautiful fall wreath together and keep it all season long!

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love the underground den, would be so easy to make.look for a brown/gray thrift store hat.

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