~This is a little bit sideways sorry! Obviously the bow goes on the bottom~
I found this awesome money saving craft on Crafts For All Seasons. I really love that site so I thought I would feature one of my favorite Autumn crafts from there! This is an A+ Craft to do with Children! Gets you out of the house a bit to pick the pretty leaves!
Items that you Need:
- Fresh Fall Leaves...the more colors you find the greater the design!
- Paper plate (preferably white, but any in autumn colors would look great too!)
- Ribbon in your choice of color
- Glue (any kind is ok...just not the stick)
Go for a walk and collect 20-25 freshly fallen colorful leaves. These ones will be the easiest to glue on.
Cut the middle out from a paper plate. Fold the plate in half to get the cut started in the middle, then cut along the rim to make about a 2 inch paperplate border (young kids may need help with this part).
Clip the Stem From Each Leaf.
Tie a nice bow with the ribbon of your choice
and Glue it on the wreath!
And you are Finished!
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Thanks again to Crafts For All Seasons!