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Bountiful Harvest Wall Hanging

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Bountiful Harvest Wall Hanging  CIY Picture Frames

Your kids can fill this horn of plenty with all of their fall favorites! Hang it from your front door to celebrate autumn's bountiful harvest.

Steps:

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1 Cover your work area with newspaper. Using Crayola® Washable Kid's Paint and Paint Brushes, paint five paper plates dark brown. With Crayola Scissors, cut the center out of another paper plate and paint it light brown. Paint pieces of white construction paper in assorted fruit or vegetable colors. Dry.

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2 With Crayola School Glue, attach the cut paper plate to the middle of a brown plate. Overlap and glue three plates together so the edge of each one shows slightly on the right side of the one beneath it. Cut the last plate so it resembles a horn or cornucopia shape, curving up at the end. Glue it to the right side of the other plates. Dry.

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3 Use Crayola Crayons to thickly color at least one coffee filter orange and another one red. Add streaks of the same color of Crayola Washable Marker on the colored filters. Spritz the filters with water so the crayon and marker colors blend together. Dry.

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4 Using Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils, draw fruits and vegetables on the painted sheets. Cut them out. Glue them to the cornucopia.

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5 Crumble more coffee filters and cover them with the painted ones to make 3-D fruits and vegetables. Glue filters together and then glue to the cornucopia. Dry.

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6 Add leaves and vines, and highlight fruits and vegetables, with colored pencils.

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7 Punch two holes on opposite ends of the cornucopia. Run ribbon, string, or yarn through the holes and tie together to hang.

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