Now for the process. It’s actually quite simple!
, , & remember when creating with little ones, learn to let go, !
Here are the steps:
🍁Gather some old - children’s or adult’s clothes that you no longer need/want/fit. You’ll need a or long sleeve shirt, and . ______
🍁Find some loose for the head or better yet, find an old ! Cut it in half if it is a king sized one. ____________________
🍁Save & ask your little one for help ripping it into long narrow shreds. ______________
🍁Find two long ... go on a nature hunt! _____
🍁 the bottom of the pants and shirt closed. Rubberband the arms of the shirt, jacket or sweater shut as well. ______________
🍁Stuff all the parts of the scarecrow. _______
🍁 Rubberband the head of your scarecrow shut & create the head. - you can make it spooky, fun, silly, etc. Have your little one add hair or a hat or both! __________________
🍁Use the sticks to hold the scarecrow upright. This can be done multiple ways. We find it easy to stuff two sticks into the pants- one in each leg bending in like a triangle and if they’re long enough, you can secure the head as well. If not, go for the traditional t-shape using a belt or rope for the waist and secure the arms on the horizontal stick by stuffing it through the arms. _____________
🍁Add a scarf or hot glue gun accessories for added fun!
Toddlers can help & enjoy this invitation as well. Most to find it very fun to rip, stuff & create a face!
& in one. Decor that is meaningful & sparks much conversation & investigation with regards to , , , etc.