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Valentine's Craft: How to make Paper Hearts

Valentine's Craft: How to make Paper Hearts

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Autumn woodland treasure sculpture Thought I should post about this project we did over the weekend, because the kids had a lovely time doing it, and the gift recipient (Grandma) really liked it too, so a win-win! The making dragonflies using maple seeds and twigs appeared in Family Fun magazine a month or two ago, credited to a Shanti Nordholt. Here is the link to the originals (that also have glass bead eyes). As you can see in the picture below, we didn't do the glass bead eyes. I think we might have some somewhere in the shipping, but right now, a craft that we can do with just hot glue, paint and stuff we found on the ground on the way home is where it's at! We had a couple of different sorts of seeds, so maybe one type was maple and one type sycamore?

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