M aking Waxed Paper Leaves, Crafts for home decoration, There are several ways to preserve those beautiful autumn leaves in your yard, by preserving colorful fall leaves.
Holiday Family craft ideas are available that to the creativity and requirements of family activities in Happy Holiday, And can easily make them with supplies that are easily available at home. Preserved leaves make a beautiful, inexpensive house decoration ideas
Waxed paper leaves: With this simple craft idea, you can prepare colorful autumn leaves and enjoy your kid them all year round. It is important to follow the instructions carefully while implementing the kids craft idea and take adult supervision when using a hot iron for heating. One can also get creative and using crayon shaving in between the wax paper and leaves in order to get an extra splash of color.
Material needed include
- Leaves – Leaves of various sizes and shapes
- Wax paper – Cut the wax paper into 8 inch squares
- Thin towel or Old newspapers
- Ironing board
Autumn leaves of various sizes and shapes that is easily available in the outdoors. Old newspapers are always available and they are always handy when stacking or using colors. A pair of scissors, waxed paper cut into eight inches square with iron board or covered tabletop. Crayons with bright colors like red, orange, yellow and green with pencil sharpener, iron, paper punch and yam or string.
Collect autumn leaves from the garden. Select vibrant leaves. Harvest is freshly fallen leaves that are bright in color. They may be damp, lay them straight on a newspaper and let them dry overnight. Cover the iron board with several layers of newspaper in order to protect it. You can get an adult to set the iron to medium heat. Use the scissors in order to cut the wax paper into 8 inch squares. You will need two hangings and make colorful crayon shavings on a paper plate. Arrange the sheet of waxed paper on the newspapers and arrange several leaves in a pattern on the waxed paper.
Sprinkle a thin layer of crayon shavings across the leaves, and then cover with a second sheet of waxed paper. Cover the waxed paper on top of the newspapers and place iron on top. Use adult supervision to hold the iron on the craft for thirty seconds until the crayon wax has melted and the waxed paper sheets stick together. Let it cool completely and use a paper punch in order to make a hole in the top center of the square. Loop a string through the hole and tie a knot. Hand this in sunny window. Several leaves can be used for the kids doing the craft at home.
One can also get creative while making the kids craft idea by cutting the wax paper in the shape of the leaf to form a colorful collection of leaves that can be stored all year round. Several leaves can also be strung together and draped across a window.
If you plucked them directly off the tree instead of waiting, you can dry them out slightly by pressing them in between the pages of a heavy book for a few days.