DIY idea for kids – creative leaf garland
Tracing out leaves is fascinating for all children. As if by magic, the structure of the leaf becomes visible on the paper. The combination of a discovery tour in the forest when collecting the leaves and then crafting together is particularly beautiful. A perfect way to combine valuable time in nature and creative time together. The leaves can then be used to create a tree or a beautiful garland for the children’s room.
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With the help of the rub-through technique, the leaf structure becomes visible on the paper. Place the leaf under a sheet of thin, white paper (printer paper is ideal for this) and gently colour over it with a Noris junior coloured pencil.
Make two holes in each leaf on the top edge, so that a tape can then be threaded through.
Whether on the window, over the bed or on a mirror – look for a nice spot for your new DIY leaf garland together.
What you need
|Noris® junior 140 3 in 1 kids' colouring pencil - Cardboard box containing 12 coloured pencils in assorted colours and 1 sharpener||140 C12||1|
Scissors, Thin paper, Yarn, Leaves collected outside
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