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November 08, 2011


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Don't the results look like Eric Carle's artwork? Very neat.


What an adorable idea and one I will be doing this week...thank you!


Haven't dried leaves for projects in a long while but this seems to be a wonderful activity for long summer days. Will start in the spring when leaves appear again. Thanks for ideas to use as gifts. Hugs...


This is great! I can't wait to show the girls and Hans this post...I'm sure they will be following suit :)

ellen kelley

Oh, simply wonderful!


How wonderful! They are fantastic! I've got to show the kiddos here...


How clever!

Lisa G.

Wow!! I love these creations!


What a wonderful place you have here! I love this idea. We're going to a park tomorrow, which will be the perfect place to collect a variety of leaves for a project like this. So glad I saw this for inspiration. Thank you.

Laura Jeanne

This is a fabulous idea. Somehow, I never thought to make pictures with pressed leaves before. I am sending my children outside to collect some leaves for drying this afternoon in anticipation of doing this project later.

Thank you for the idea! :)

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