This Torn Paper Fall Tree is fun craft for kids of all ages to explore the colors of Fall.
Fall is my favorite season. Crisp, sunny days, juicy apples, and vibrant, colourful leaves decorating the trees - though not much here in Florida. I love crafting with my girl in the fall. One of our favourite things to make at this time of year are fall trees. We’ve come up with many creative tree crafts in the past, using materials that add texture and interest to our projects, and that make the process fun and results beautiful!
This time we used colorful paper to make a fall tree collage. Putti has made a torn paper Christmas tree in past. Kids can get real creative making this torn paper fall tree collage craft. It's easy too - take paper, rip it apart, and glue it back together to form a tree!
Glue the Brown pieces to form the tree stem and branches. For little kids you can draw a simple outline of the tree or get a print out. Later add the other colorful paper pieces to complete the tree.
Add as many or as little leaves you want on your tree.
The end result is so colorful and bright. In making this easy craft kids will get practice with ripping, cutting, and gluing all the while improving fine motor skills.
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