Tuesday, September 30, 2008


Yesterday I took Miss Caitlyn to a beautiful park to collect some leaves. We needed some fresh air. Today we decided to make something with the leaves.

Leaf Suncatcher

You need:
Wax Paper
Fall Leaves
Crayon Shavings
Adult with Iron

Cover work surface with newspapers. Sprinkle a small amount of crayon shavings on a piece of wax paper. Arrange leaves on top. Sprinkle more crayon shavings and cover with another piece of wax paper.
Place a piece of newspaper on top and iron with a warm iron until crayon shavings melt. Trim and hang in the window.


I think we added too much crayon shavings but it still turned out nice, and Caitlyn enjoyed doing it.







I truly love Fall! If only Texas would cool down and allow me to enjoy my most favorite season. Anyone else doing any fun fall crafts??


Roxanne said...

that picture of her is so cute! Im glad y'all had fun doing it!

Anonymous said...

that is a great idea!

i am doing something similar for Nick..he was saying he misses the fall colors..so im gonna make a collage of leaves and place then between 2 sheets of clear contact paper...and send it to him so he gets to see the michigan fall colors...

MrsKBJ said...

That is a neat project! Very pretty!

jlc said...

Hey! Thanks for the comment and stopping by. ;)

Your kids are adorableeeee. And I love that you do crafts with them. My mom stayed home 10 years with us doing things of the same sort, art day, science day, etc. etc.. Can't wait for my turn. :)

Take care. And I'll be sure to post some pics of the Madonna concert!

Karena said...

That is just the greatest project! The fall leaves are turning here in KC and I will do this art with Isabella. Please check out my art blog as well!

Heather said...

Great project I might have to do this with z sometime.