Easy Leaf Wreath


Clara thought this colorful leaf wreath was so much fun to make! We used some of the tissue paper leaves from this post to make it.

I cut a large circle from a brown paper bag (using a plate as a pattern), and invited Clara over to glue the leaves on top!

She was really concentrating with the glue!!

Once the wreath was dry, I added a bow and hung it on the door — fun!!

She is so proud of her colorful work!

Have fun!!

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Comments

  1. oo very cute!!

  2. Dear Valerie,

    No silly comment here. I just can’t believe how big she has grown.

    Silly comment here: Time for another one, right? What’s that look for? Ouch!

    Love,
    Mark

  3. Wow, the wreath looks so pretty! Nice job, Clara!

  4. Oh, it turned out beautifully! It’s fun to see Clara more involved in the crafting now. There is always such infectious joy on both Clara and Emily’s faces. They are precious.

  5. So pretty! Love it!

  6. It won’t crumble apart like real leaves, either – very nice!

  7. It’s so cute. She did a great job.

  8. Easy.Peasy. And pretty. Thanks!

  9. And imagine that on a sunny window…..

  10. She SHOULD be proud her work! Beautiful!

  11. Oh my how she has grown! It’s hard to believe she was just a baby a little while ago. She’s done a beautiful job helping to decorate your home for the season!

    • I know! I think she’s growing so much faster than Emily, but maybe it’s just my imagination… I have to keep reminding myself that she’s only 2!! She loves to help decorate, and her little creations are on display all over the house. :-)

  12. I agree – Clara looks so grown up in these pictures. So… is it time for another one?

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