The vibrant colors of fall leaves present a wonderful opportunity to incorporate some nature into your next rainy day project with the kids.
Today we've rounded up 10 clever ways of doing just that. First up is a little something for the older kids – four chic leaf art techniques via a subtle revelry.
Here are two great ideas for utilizing leaves found on a nature walk:
Left: This tutorial forgoes the classic wax method of leaf preserving for a more child-friendly Mod Podge technique.
Right: Get creative and use your leaves to create all new creatures. Martha shows you how here.
Better Homes and Gardens puts a fun twist on foliage art by using found twigs and fake leaves.
Finally, the little ones will be sure to enjoy each of these leaf-inspired art projects:
Left: Beautiful shaving cream leaves from Little Wonders' Days.
Top Right: Stamp pad leaf art at Projects for Preschoolers.
Bottom Right: Thankful leaf garland at Thankful Circle.