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Approximate Time: 20 minutes or less
Glue a photo of your child to the construction paper. I glued ours to a piece of solid white paper first, so that it was matted and stood out a bit.
Let your child arrange the leaves on the construction paper in any manner they wish to do.
When they are arranged to their liking, use a dab of glue to hold each in place.
Carefully cover the entire sheet of construction paper with a piece of clear contact paper, pressing out any air bubbles.
Cover the backside with contact paper as well.
Trim the edges of the place mat with a scissors and then enjoy using it daily!
By Michele from East Bethel, MN
This is a guide about making autumn leaf lantern. Colorful leaves are a common element of fall season decor.
Approximate Time: About 1 hour
By Mom of 1 from Wilkesboro, NC
By Jayme from Harrisonburg, VA
Bring the beauty of fall indoors with these easy to make, leaf-printed placemats. The kids will have a ball making these.
This is a guide about making tissue paper autumn trees. Colorful tissue paper is a good choice for making fun children's fall crafts.
My toddler and I came up with this idea to help us get ready for fall. It serves as a beautiful suncatcher on a window. The tissue paper glows with the natural light. It is so simple you can do this with any child over 2 years old.