Leaf Glitter: These dimensional drawings are made using leaves from your yard, lending them the subtle colors of late autumn. With a pencil, sketch a simple shape on card stock. A design with just a few lines and lots of space works best. Collect dry leaves in a bag and crush them into small pieces with your hands. Draw over the pencil lines with glue, then sprinkle on the leaf pieces. Let the glue dry, then gently tap the paper to remove any loose pieces.

Fun Crafts Made With Autumn Leaves

Leaf Glitter: These dimensional drawings are made using leaves from your yard, lending them the subtle colors of late autumn. With a pencil, sketch a simple shape on card stock. A design with just a few lines and lots of space works best.

Can you guess what this is made of? This artwork was created with something you all have around your house! Toilet paper rolls and paper towel rolls! I cut them up into small pieces and glued them to a canvas that is 48" X 48"..so BIG! When it was dry I added spray paint and acrylic paint to add some color pizzazz! Try creating something at home with cardboard rolls...it's a lot of FUN!

Toilet paper rolls and paper towel rolls! I cut them up into small pieces and glued them to a canvas that is X BIG!added spray paint and acrylic paint to add some color

Colorful Polyhedrons: A class of fifth graders made these striking polyhedrons. Each requires about 30 strips of construction paper, time, and problem-solving skills. But the results are pretty impressive, and they can be used as class decorations throughout the year; hang them in front of windows or (if it's allowed) from the ceiling.  Photo: SpaldingArt.blogspot.com

These are amazing. This might be a good group project and keep for display in the school. Art in the Big Green Room: grade Polyhedrons Art Class,Art education ideas & stuff.,Art ideas,Art Lessons t

DIY Christmas Decorations – Paper snowflakes! Would do them in blue and white!

Wonderful DIY 3D paper star Snowflakes

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