Kid’s Craft: Fall Leaf Wreath. Create a fun keepsake from your fall walk with this easy to do fall leaf craft.
Sometimes everything just seems to “fall” into place. The kids and I were watching The Goodnight Show on Sprout, recently. Nina showed a fun craft to make with your kids – a fall wreath.
Just a few days later, my son went on a field trip with his preschool class to a local park. One of their activities was collecting fallen leaves. I didn’t want to keep a bag of leaves sitting around the house, but I didn’t want to just throw them out either – he worked so hard on collecting them!
So we decided to make this fall wreath. It is so super easy and you probably already have all the supplies on hand!
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How to Make a Fall Leaf Wreath
- Paper Plate
- Leaves or other items you can find in nature (acorns, twigs, etc.)
- Hole Punch
Gather leaves or other materials you can find outside like pinecones, acorns, moss, or twigs.
Use scissors to cut out the middle of your paper plate. Then, punch a hole at the top of the paper plate.
Note: This step should be done by an adult if you have a small child, or have your child use safety scissors.
Have your child glue their special finds on the wreath.
Once your wreath is complete, attach a string to the hole you punched earlier. Hang to display! Now we have a fun keepsake from his special day and it looks pretty darn cute hanging on his bedroom door as well.
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