When raking leaves this fall, save a few to make beautiful leaf stamps! This is a spin on a classic fall leaf tracing craft that the whole family is sure to enjoy!
Here are the materials needed for this craft:
- RoseArt Broadline Markers
- Fresh Leaves
- Wax Paper
- Stationery, Scrapbook Paper or Construction Paper
- Scrap piece of paper
Start by collecting a handful of fresh leaves of all sizes. Place the leaf on the scrap piece of paper with the front side facing down.
Thoroughly color the back of the leaf with your RoseArt Broadline Markers. You can choose to mix colors or use just one.
Place the ink side of the leaf down on your scrapbook paper (or any surface you choose!) and lay a piece of wax paper on top. Firmly press the leaf onto the paper to create a leaf stamp. Try not to move the leaf, as this will smear the design.
We love this craft because it is a great alternative to a stamp, and a fun spin on the tracing leaf craft from last fall http://roseart.com/activities/leaf-tracing. Kids will enjoy stamping leaves over scrapbooks, stationery and envelopes.