Yesterday was the first official day of fall!
I grew up in New Jersey and looooved watching the leaves on the trees change colors.
I think this quote by Emily Bronte says it best, “Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the Autumn tree.”
Here is a post in celebration of the Autumn Tree…
The Picky Apple had her Happy Buddy make this beautiful Fall Tree Cork Painting.
No Time for Flashcards used some tri-colored pasta to create a super neat Fall Noodle Tree.
Paint your Happy Buddy’s fingerprints in fall colors, cut out in a shape of a tree top, then slip into a recycled toilet paper tube.
Find complete directions for this Fingerprint Fall Tree Craft at All Kids Network.
Walking by the Way used fingerprints for the leaves AND a handprint trunk in this great Fall Tree Hand Art.
Grab some toothpicks and paint a Q-Tip Fall Tree like this one from HERE.
I really like this pretty Sponge Painted Fall Tree from Family Fun– it’s super easy.
Art Projects for Kids has a simple How-to-Draw-a-Fall-Tree that ANYONE could do!
HERE is a great Fall Tree Craft using ripped pieces of paper.
This craft from Busy Bee Kids Crafts has leaves that ACTUALLY FALL OFF THE TREE! Check it out!
And, finally, the Happy Buddy and I made this adorable Edible Fall Tree Snack last year. See the delicious fun HERE.
Since we live in Florida now, I need all the Fall Tree Crafts I can get my hands on so we can recreate the magic amid palm trees and 90 degree weather.
Happy Fall Tree Craft-ing!