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Hi again! We are back with another great fall project for day #3 of our 31 Days of Fall Arts and Crafts for Kids going through the whole month of October! Today I’m sharing more of a crafty fall project, a super simple Fall Leaf Suncatcher! It’s a throwback from when the girls were in preschool because today was a DAY y’all!
We had quick school this morning, then gymnastics, a zoo trip, fall decoration and craft supply shopping, then home for 30 minutes and finished the day off with basketball Academy for all three girls. As I write this my eyes are heavy and my body aches hahaha! Thankfully my husband picked up pizza for dinner! #winning
But I do have some exciting fall projects coming up and also a “Day in the Life” behind the scenes YouTube video hopefully coming soon which will give you an in depth look of today, this very crazy busy day! So fun!
Fall Leaf Suncatcher
- Wax Paper
- Assortment of Fall Leaves – Real or Artificial
- Extra little random shapes or stickers (optional)
- Blanket or Towel
- Lay the towel or blanket on the table.
- Put a piece of wax paper on top of the towel.
- Add your leaves and extras.
- Carefully place another piece of wax paper on top.
- Fold the towel over the top, so now it will be sandwiched in between the towel.
- Press a hot iron over it for a couple minutes, just like if you were ironing your clothes.
- Hang it on your window.
This has been day 3 of our 31 days of Fall Arts and Crafts for kids! If you do this or any of the projects don’t forget to post it to social media with the hashtag #KFHFallFun so I can see how it turned out. You can find all the rest of the projects here!
Forest Rose is a God Loving, Blessed Wife, & Relaxed, Eclectic Homeschooling Mama to 3 girls – 8, 11, & 12 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She’s passionate about lifting moms out of the homeschooling trenches that are discouraged, overwhelmed or feeling alone or isolated. Her hope is to point them to Christ and equip them to rise up with a new found hope and joy within, that He alone can provide. Besides blogging, she also loves hanging out at her exclusive Facebook Group “Homeschooling 101 Community” that she started to help new homeschoolers thrive.