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Thursday, November 3, 2016

Apple Tree Window Cling

Fall days are the perfect time to find inspiration from nature and create fun crafts with the kids. This easy DIY window decal comes together within a few moments and adds a colorful touch to your windows. The kids will love displaying their artwork for the world to see!


This is such a simple project you guys! For $2 you can make a dozen or more window decals to add a festive fall touch to your windows! Best of all, this imaginative craft is perfect for the kids!

To make an apple tree window cling you will need:
Transparent contact paper, cut to the size you wish to work with. We used a 6'x4" section.
Tissue Paper Squares in dark green and yellow
One strip of brown construction paper
Scissors




First peel the backing off of the contact paper and lay it sticky side up. Add a strip of brown paper for the tree trunk.


Cut several circles from your yellow tissue paper, place around the tree trunk.



Next lay your squares of green tissue paper over the yellow dots, forming the leaves of the tree. 


Finally, find a window that gets a lot of sun and smooth the sticky side to the window. It will peel off without mess or residue whenever you are ready to take it down.



I love this craft for kids because it introduces them to a sticky texture to work with, and manipulating the paper into the right placements is great for fine motor skill development.



You might also enjoy this Fall Tree Silhouette Placemat Craft for kids.






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