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    Tissue paper fall leaf #kids #crafts

  • Carrie Ball

    Fall craft idea

  • Chelsea Stewart

    tissue paper leaf autumn fall kids craft

  • Jennifer Jones

    Using contact paper instead of glue makes this a great fall craft even for young toddlers to do (. Our tissue paper fall leaf craft is a great way to use fall colors and makes a fantastic homemade fall decoration!

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