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Here's an easy way to decorate for the fall season by simply framing pressed leaves! Kids will have fun gathering up brightly colored leaves from the yard for this project. #craft #DIY Projects, Ideas, Old Book Pages, Fall Leaves, Fall Decor, Fall Crafts, Leaf Art, Fall Kids, Diy
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Apple season is in full swing! Cut a few in half and use them as stamps to make this fall bunting.
To preserve the beauty of colorful fall foliage, press leaves between books. When fully dry, display leaves between two pieces of same-sized glass. Secure the pieces of glass together by wrapping the edges with colored, linen book cloth tape. Add a berry-covered branch for a simple mantel display.
Framed Fall Welcome Surround a warm greeting in a basic picture frame. Using a computer, print "Welcome" onto a sheet of paper to fit your frame. (You also can handwrite the word or spell it out with letter stickers.) Gently adhere leaves to the paper using double-sided tape. Place the finished greeting in a frame and prop it on an entry table or hang it on the front door to greet guests.
pressed leaves wreath--easy for kids You could make a new one every year as a tradition!