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Victoria Falls; I like the cliffs from this one; I could use large cardboard and staple the wrinkled paper to it.

"Fire" -- Staple gun orange and red construction paper to large cardboard cutout. Add "rocks" and sticks around.

Okay, yeah I know a little corny and ambitious but maybe for NEXT year. LOL! cardboard and tulle waterfall - Google Search

water or lake or pond add some rocks, fish, and frogs under the blue to make them look like they are under the water and some cattails coming up out of the edges of the water for a little extra wow

Victoria Falls VBS prop made from 6" thick styrofoam pieces, painter's drop cloth w/ lt. blue tablecloth brown paper (painted blue) for the water. Begin by cutting grooves in the stryrofoam w/ knife, sawsall, rotozip, etc. Heat grooves with a heat gun to give it a more realistic look (wear a respirator as the fumes are toxic). Paint with a medium brown paint w/ mocha glazing mixed in. Add clear painter's plastic for water. Add greenery and watch your waterfall come to life before your…

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Ferris Wheel - How cool is this????

Waterfall made from kraft paper being stapled to cardboard and spray painted. Cellophane and lights for the water. Palm trees made out of carpet rolls and the leaves are cut pool noodles wrapped with table clothes:

Check out this blog post for instructions on these bright and colorful rain forest flowers with stems and leaves for Journey Off The Map VBS 2015 .