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This “Autumn Elegance” project has to be made up to see how beautiful it actually is. It would be perfect in a black matted picture frame. The brown grocery bag, after it is prepared for this project, looks like leather. … Continue reading

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We used colored chalk dipped in white poster paint to achieve the look in the “Pumpkin Patch.” This is another of those projects that look so nice made up—the picture doesn’t do it justice. For instructions on how to make … Continue reading

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All elementary kids love using oil pastels and this 3rd Grade group is getting very good at shading with them. We make the pumpkins separate and then glue them on the black background. We use oil pastels, scissors, glue sticks, … Continue reading

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This brightly colored cornucopia project is an example of a bountiful harvestĀ  I’ve included a sheet of fruit shapes in this project, but another choice would be for the kids to draw their own fruits. The fruits could also be … Continue reading

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This is a nice Thanksgiving mobile. I have used the words, Faith, Family, Friends and Freedom on the hands, but there are many other words to express special thoughts. What better way of showing thanks than with praying hands. This … Continue reading

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