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Just gather the prettiest leaves you can find, sandwich them in sheets of wax paper, stack up your heaviest books, and tuck the leaves into the pages of the bottom book. I usually leave them in the book stack for a week or so, but you can leave them as long as you want. It might be a nice mid-winter treat to open a book and find a leafy surprise. The colors fade a bit, but the pressed leaves retain a bit of their former beauty.

Gather the prettiest leaves you can find, sandwich them in sheets of wax paper, stack up your heaviest books, and tuck the leaves into the pages of the bottom book. Usually leave them in the book stack for a week or so.

You can make a single pressed glass picture by buying two dollar store frames, then taking the glass out of one of them and using it for the backing of the first frame. Place your favorite pressed leaf in between the two glass panes.

If you have a tired table lamp, a lackluster lantern, or a pooped-out pendant, take inspiration (and instruction) from these fresh and easy DIY ideas—and let there be light!

Can you say charming? This Fall Leaf Floating Frame Wall Decor idea is perfect for Thanksgiving—mainly in part to the inspirational quotes painted on each piece! Plus, with a warm-toned color palette, these decorations are great all season long.

Can you say charming? This Fall Leaf Floating Frame Wall Decor idea is perfect for Thanksgiving& in part to the inspirational quotes painted on each piece! Plus, with a warm-toned color palette, these decorations are great all season long.

DIY: Add leaves to baking soda and water, boil, and then use the skeleton for your crafting needs!

How to Make Leaf Skeletons

Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye. Or you could always just buy some skeleton leaves in craft shop;

A framed collage of pressed leaves mimics the forest floor in autumn — both the source and the inspiration for some simple decorating projects.

Decorating with Pressed Leaves

Falling Leaves A framed collage of pressed leaves mimics the forest floor in autumn — both the source and the inspiration for some simple decorating projects.

DIY Leave Wall Art

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DIY /Colour-Tinted Skeleton Leaves- a free step-by-step tutorial, with photos, to make your very own skeleton leaves

Pressed Flower Crafts - Using dried flowers and dried leaves for crafts with your kids of all ages

Pressed Flowers and Leaves - Craft Ideas for Kids #IdeasAreAllAround

Pressing flowers and leaves -- and creating art projects with them -- is a perfect activity for kids. Here are some crafts for kids using pressed flowers.

Decorating ideas for pressed leaves

Decorating with Pressed Leaves

Decorating ideas for pressed leaves. Used to do this all the time in primary school!

How to make skeleton leaves with washing soda!! DIY, nature, woodland, craft, tutorial, instructions, trees, natural

How to Make Skeleton Leaves

I love this idea but I also treasure finding "skeleton leaves" naturally. DIY Translucent Leaves: Let leaves soak in Arm and Hammer Washing Soda for a few days, then take a brush and lightly brush off the.) And you have Translucent leaves

I pressed & dried leaves from a tree to create this fall transition.

press & dried leaves from a tree to create this fall transition.

Simple pressed foliage gifts. Got the frames for about 4 bucks and just used old book pages, materials and other trinkets to arrange and fill up space

Simple pressed foliage gifts or memory frames. Pinner said: "Got the frames for about 4 bucks and just used old book pages, materials and other trinkets to arrange and fill up space"

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