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Monday, November 28, 2011

Kid Craft: Fall Leaf Dream Catchers

I know it's the end of November and many people are looking ahead 
to the holidays & winter but I had to share one final
fall related craft with you because I love how it came out.

Kid Craft: Fall Leaf Dream Catchers

What You Need:
paper plate
hole punch

What To Do:
1. Cut out the inner circle of the plate
2. Punch holes around the outer circle of the plate

3.  Weave yarn through holes - creating a web effect

Be sure to leave ample yarn dangling from ends (see below)

4. Glue leaves onto plate & allow to dry

5. Tie leaves to bottom of string (see below)

Hang near a bed or window and enjoy sweet dreams!




  1. its nearly summer her in Australia,but im alwayson the look out for easy to do craft (which doesnt really need much mummy in put) .
    this is great thanks for the share.

  2. What a very neat and lovely way to make a dream catcher. Beautiful!

    Thank you for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!


  3. WOW this is an amazing idea !! I'm currently studying early childhood education in university and we have to create Autumn art work that we could create with a group of children age 3-5years old. I had lots of ideas that I could use collaging leafs but wanted to find something different as I'm guessing a lot of the other students will also use the collage idea. so happy I found your blog and saw this. thanks a lot! =)


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