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Fall Magazine Tree

If you are looking for a fun fall craft that’s appropriate for the younger set, you’ll love this magazine tree. All you need is a magazine, some scissors and a piece of construction paper. You can of course get more elaborate and add more decorations to your picture if you like.

If you would like to make a really big tree, use poster board instead of construction paper. See how many leaves you can get on your tree!

Fall Magazine Tree
Author: Amanda Formaro
Ingredients
  • Magazine(s)
  • 1 sheet white construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue Stick
Instructions
  1. Use the white construction paper as your base.
  2. Go through the magazines and find page with fall colors such as red, green, brown, orange and yellow.
  3. Cut a rectangle from a brown page and glue to the construction paper as the trunk.
  4. Cut simple leaf shapes from the colored pages and glue them all over for the leaves.



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14 Responses to Fall Magazine Tree

  1. 1
    tina says:

    I love this idea for a classroom, or daycare room, but I think it’s really great for a scrapbook/junk journal page too! (Heaven know I have magazines!)… TFS!

  2. 2

    Love this Amanda! Sharing this on FB! Thanks for the feature of my Fall leaves!

  3. 3

    This is SO pretty! I love it!

  4. 4

    Another fabulous idea and so so autumnal!! Love it all round!

    Thank you for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!

    Maggy

  5. 5

    love this one too! I am sharing on Fb!

    I really hope you’ll stop by and share on the Sunday Showcase – it’s still open!

    Bern
    http://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com/search/label/Sunday%20Showcase

  6. 6
    Macy says:

    What a great idea! I can’t wait to do this with my kids! Visiting from TT&J.

  7. 7
    Laquitea says:

    This is super cute, fun, easy, and creative.

  8. 8
    stephanie a. says:

    love it! my husband just cleaned out his smithsonian collection–great timing to see this post!

  9. 9

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  10. 10

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