Today we are turning autumn leaves into cute little foxes! This fun, fall, fox diy craft is great to do with kids of all ages at home or in the classroom. All you need to do is gather some leaves, grab a black sharpie marker, pour a little white paint in a pot and you are good to go! You can also turn this project into diy fall greeting cards...scroll down to see how!
Arts & crafts projects at home and in school are extremely beneficial for a child's social and emotional development.
We love this autumnal craft for kids because it allows gardeners to explore their creativity, it provides them with an opportunity to see things from a different perspective and encourages self-expression. Plus, picking out the perfect leaves is like a fun treasure hunt!
For an added bonus you can also turn this fox craft into handmade fall greeting cards! All you have to do is fold card stock in half and glue the leaf to the front.
You can also press the leaves or cards in between 2 sheets of wax paper and iron them to preserve the look!
We love crafts...especially ones that have to do with foxes! To check out some of our other favorite fox DIY projects click on the links below:
Click Here to make our signature origami foxes!
Click Here to learn how to make paper roll foxes!
Learn how to draw our very own Foxie by clicking here!
Click Here for DIY fox plates!
Hey gardeners, did you make our Fun, Fall, Fox, Craft? If so, congratulations, you just earned yourself the 'Fun, Fall, Fox, Craft 'Gardening Tool Badge'!
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