Fall Celebrations & Crafts
|Image from Two Girls Being Crafty|
|Image from The Thrifty Abode|
Oversize Initial Letter of Leaves
Here's another green craft, this one from the blog The Thrifty Abode. This would be really pretty for decorating for any Fall holiday, but I think the first letter of your last name made from colorful natural Fall leaves you gather in your neighborhood could be a real statement if you hang this at the entrance to your Sukkah or on the front door of your house. Directions
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Corn on the Stalk Table Place Cards
Though these aren't 100% recycled, this cute craft from Kaboose is made from green construction paper with popped corn glued on -- so it qualifies! These would be great, as the instructions suggest stuck into styrofoam as a center piece. I also think they'd make rather unique name cards for your fall holiday table. Directions
If you think this looks like a real apple filled with honey, you are totally right! My 14 year-old daughter made the craft you see pictured, which our family later ate. The project idea from Martha Stewart is really easy to make and will make a beautiful addition to your fall dinner table or party. Both kids and parents are likely to be enchanted by this. Directions
Apple Chair Swag
Speaking of using real fruit to decorate. Isn't this chair decoration from The Bride's Cafe simple yet elegant? You and your child can make this easily together for any special fall occasion with some apples and a just a few other items you likely can find around your house. Directions
Which of these fall crafts is your favorite? Do you have other ideas to share on this theme? Please leave a comment.
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