Autumn is most probably the best time of the year for me as I absolutely love the colours of the leaves before they fall from the trees.
Outside my sister’s house there is a beautiful maple tree whose leaves turn into different shades of red in Autumn. The other day, I decided to pick some up together with my niece and engage her in a very simple activity …
When my mum visits us she always has some naturally dyed wool wth her and this time she left some behind for my older niece to start practising her crocheting skills, so I used some of the wool to create small fans with the leaves that we picked.
The activity is extremely simple but the result is actually quite pretty. Afterwards, it can be used as a centre piece for the table or become a natural toy for the children or in my case I used them to create a simple display to promote the magazine (there is 20% off the magazine until the 31st of October 2016)!
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