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Filth Wizardry: Autumn woodland treasure sculptures, these dragonflies and more made using twigs and maple seeds and other found items. It would be fun to give kids a bag and go for a walk to find things to come home and make so fun things. Nature walk and art project all in one.

Filth Wizardry: Autumn woodland treasure sculptures, these dragonflies and more made using twigs and maple seeds and other found items. It would be fun to give kids a bag and go for a walk to find things to come home and make so fun things. Nature walk and art project all in one.

AUTUMN HOBBY - SKELETING LEAVES. Skeletonization of leaves - the process simple, but requires patience and accuracy. All you need is: leaves (better to collect the autumn, then they are more dense), baking soda and food coloring.

AUTUMN HOBBY - SKELETING LEAVES. Skeletonization of leaves - the process simple, but requires patience and accuracy. All you need is: leaves (better to collect the autumn, then they are more dense), baking soda and food coloring.

Kids Craft: Fall leaf stained glass.   I remember doing this as a child.   Lots of fun

Kids Craft: Fall leaf stained glass. I remember doing this as a child. Lots of fun

DIY Spring Crown

DIY Spring Crown

Your kids will love making their own leaf wreaths for fall! Simply cut a hole…

Your kids will love making their own leaf wreaths for fall! Simply cut a hole…

Podzimní listí by monika197308

Podzimní listí by monika197308

DIY Pumpkin Lanterns.

20+ Fun and Easy DIY Halloween Decorating Projects

DIY Pumpkin Lanterns.

Paper napkin webs.  Any thin paper that you can fold and cut easily will work well for this project. We had paper napkins in the office, so that’s what we used. Start by folding a rectangular piece of paper in half. With the folded edge towards you, fold the bottom corners up, creating a V shape—just like how a gentleman would fold his handkerchief to tuck into his jacket pocket. Cut out lines, not going all the way to the edge so the paper stays in one piece, and voila! It’s a web!

From the Design Desk: Celebrating Halloween with Mobile Art

Paper napkin webs. Any thin paper that you can fold and cut easily will work well for this project. We had paper napkins in the office, so that’s what we used. Start by folding a rectangular piece of paper in half. With the folded edge towards you, fold the bottom corners up, creating a V shape—just like how a gentleman would fold his handkerchief to tuck into his jacket pocket. Cut out lines, not going all the way to the edge so the paper stays in one piece, and voila! It’s a web!

DIY: Halloween Fun

DIY: Halloween Fun

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