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After you rake but before you bag, grab a colorful handful to try these fall leaf crafts.

2+Liter+Bottle+Crafts | Madtown Macs: Plastic bottle cuff bracelets

Madtown Macs: Plastic bottle cuff bracelets includes photos and instructions. Awesome upcycling craft idea for kids!

Watercolor coffee filter autumn leaves (originally posted to my "Create" board). We just finished this project and it turned out so pretty! I'm not going to want to take it down at the end of fall (maybe I won't!). We used liquid watercolors in spray bottles for the leaves... red, orange, green and yellow. My 3 year old LOVED this project and is really proud of the end result.

Watercolor coffee filter autumn leaves (originally posted to my "Create" board).not going to want to take it down at the end of fall. Use liquid watercolors in spray bottles for the leaves. red, orange, green and yellow.

Creative Ideas for Rosh Hashanah

Apple Stamp Bunting Apple season is in full swing! Cut a few in half and use them as stamps to make this fall bunting. tutorial here from Multiples And

Preserve fall leaves - I've always wanted to capture and keep their color.  I hope this method works!

Preserve fall leaves - I've always wanted to capture and keep their color. So far this method works!

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8 Easy & Inexpensive Leaf Activities that Won't Bore Your Kids

This is a fun craft activity to do with kids in the fall! Have kids explore outside and find pretty autumn leaves. Kids can then crunch them up and use them to make a picture with "leaf glitter"

q-tip painting - kid's craft - fall tree

So simple & cute! Paint a simple rectangular trunk and then add some branches out from the trunk with the q-tip. Dot on leaves in different colours. (Draw a circle around the trunk in light pencil to maintain a circle shape for the leaves.

Place Indian Corn in approx 1 " of water and it will "grow"! You will need to change the water every couple of days because it will get cloudy...she said it only took about 5 days to notice a change

SCIENCE :) Place Indian Corn in approx 1 " of water and it will "grow"! You will need to change the water every couple of days because it will get cloudy.she said it only took about 5 days to notice a change

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