Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Fun Fall Projects from Around the Web

We've been sharing our favorite autumn clay projects, like making owls and little pumpkins. Today, we wanted to share a few of our favorite projects from around the web.
Chris Willow - Rhythm of the Home - Autumn 2011
If you haven’t checked out Rhythm of the Home’s autumn edition yet, check out all the wonderful ideas they’ve assembled. Our project, Making a Fairy House from Clay is our favorite, of course, but we also like this wonderful woodworking project for kids. Another great idea is this Fall Mobile you can have the kids help with by gathering bits and pieces of fall décor from the yard or a park nearby. Check out the entire site for autumnal inspiration.
From Craftberry Bush - Sept 2011
We are crazy about owls this fall and this project from Craftberry Bush combines two of our favorite things – owls and recycling. Check out how to make an owl from a plastic bottle and see a bunch of other great ideas for reusing plastic bottles in fall crafts.
new city arts - Nov 2010
Finally, a simply printing activity with everyone’s favorite fall material – leaves. Check out this easy project from new city arts – using leaves to print and adding color with colored pencils. The layers of printing and color make such fun compositions.

What’s your favorite fall art project?

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