Wednesday, November 16th, 2011
The fabulous kid crafts blogger, Marie LeBaron, recently released her first book, “Make and Takes for Kids: 50 Crafts Throughout the Year.” We received permission to showcase four crafts from the book on Goodyblog. Come back each Wednesday (11/16, 11/23, 12/7, 12/14) as we showcase one new craft. For more ideas from Marie LeBaron, visit her blog www.makeandtakes.com.
10–15 dried leaves
4 × 24″ piece of craft wood, 1⁄8″ width
Orange craft paint
White craft glue
1. Paint your piece of wood with orange craft paint. Let this dry.
2. Using the photo as a guide, use your pencil to write “THANKFUL” in all capital letters on your painted board. Make sure the letters are evenly spaced across the board.
3. Trace the pencil letters with your white craft glue. Make sure each part of the letters is covered in a line of glue.
4. In a large bowl, crunch up your dried leaves. Try to get them as small as possible.
5. Sprinkle your crushed leaves onto your glue, shaking it around slightly to get each part of the glue covered in leaves. Shake off any excess leaves back into the bowl. Let your board dry overnight.
Reprinted from “Make and Takes for Kids: 50 Crafts Throughout the Year,” with permission from Wiley Publishing. Copyright 2011.Add a Comment
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