Helen from Random Bits used some of her leftover craft materials to make these wonderful scarecrow scenes! You can make these as well using our R15659 Little People Paper Bits or R52100 Chipboard Kids. Here’s how!
Helen’s original post can be found here at “Quick and Easy Fall Crafts” which was posted last year on November 15. The Paper Scarecrows are found mid-way through her post and are made with construction paper for the background, a die-cut body shape for the scarecrow, scrapbook or pattern paper for the scarecrow’s clothes and some yellow tissue for the leaves.
With a bit of glue, there’s a ton of great scenes you can make!
Among Helen’s other crafts in the same post, you can find a description for making adorable Acorn People with a bit of glue and some fun googly eyes.
Aren’t they just the cutest?
Also in the post you can find instructions on how to make Tissue Paper Trees and leaves from magazine cutouts!
Thanks Helen for this awesome, inspirational post!
Images and original post © Random Bits.
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