Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Apple Print Trees

Making apple prints is such a fun way to start off fall. Today we turned our traditional apple prints into apple trees.

1. Paint a tree trunk on a piece of construction paper.
2. Cut an apple in half and dip it in green paint. Press it on the paper to make leaves.
3. After you finish the leaves, dip another apple half in some red paint and stamp a few apples on your tree.

4. Here is our finished apple tree!




16 comments:

  1. Those apples look delicious! ;-)

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  2. What a great idea. We might try that over here. Very creative.

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  3. What a clever idea. My kids love when I cut apples this way. "I want to see the stars mom!"

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  4. Adela would love to do this...she would get apple stampy crazy.

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  5. Adela would love to do this...she would get apple stampy crazy.

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  6. Such a cute idea! I'll have to remember this for when my new grandbaby gets older :) Stopping by from SITS!

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  7. Love it, thanks! I am in love with next to every Fall craft that I have seen. I am going to be busy the next couple of months with them all. :)

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  8. We still need to do apple painting!

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  9. I really need to do this w/ my Lu she'll love it!

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  10. That is so cute!! I might have to steal that for my preschoolers!

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  11. we've done lots of apple prints, but never as the top of a tree! thanks for the idea - will be using with my 3's class!

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