Let’s make an amazing fox craft out of leaves! Even if you’re a beginner, you can do this craft project without spending a lot of money. Follow our instructions and you’ll be able to make your own leaf fox.
This interesting tutorial brings to you a unique craft made out of leaves of different shapes and colors. The image created through the craft will be that of a fox. This craft is simple and therefore, quite beginner friendly. Go out in a park or any garden and gather all the leaves required to make this craft. Look keenly to find the kind of leaves required. Remember to pick the fallen ones instead of plucking them from the trees. Collect the rest of the craft material required and let’s begin with the tutorial.
DIY Unique Leaves Fox Craft Making For Kids
- A white sheet of paper
- A pair of scissors
- Liquid glue
- A green orbit-shaped leaf
- Three big and two small diamond-shaped leaves in color maroon
- Dried nettles
- Black sketch pen
Step 1: Starting With The Sheet Of Paper
Take a white sheet of paper and cut a circle out of it and place it on the table. Now, take the orbit-shaped green leaf with the petiole attached to it, and without using any glue, place it a little below the top circumference of the sheet. Place the leaf a little tilted to the left as shown in the picture below.
Step 2: Placing The Smaller Leaves
Take two smaller maroon diamond leaves and place their bottom ends beneath the green leaf already placed on the white sheet, on the extreme ends of its top side. See the picture below for reference. Do not paste the leaves yet.
Step 3: Placing The Bigger Diamond Leaf
Take a bigger diamond maroon leaf and place it at the bottom of the green leaf with a tiny past of its end lying beneath the bottom of this green leaf. Now, paste all the leaves placed on the sheet so far. See the picture below for reference.
Step 4: Pasting The Final Maroon Leaf
Take another maroon diamond leaf and paste it, horizontally at the bottom of the leaf that you placed in the previous step. See the picture below for reference. This completes making the base structure of the fox.
Step 5: Pasting The Tail Of The Fox
Take the last maroon diamond leaf and paste it at the top of the horizontal leaf on the left side. It should be pasted a little tilted to the left side as shown in the picture below. This will act as the tail of the fox. Finally, make two small horizontal lines at the top of the green leaf right next to each other. This green leaf is the face of the fox and if you notice closely, the petiole acts as the mouth of the fox and gives a proper definition to it as well.
Step 6: Pasting The Dried Nettles
Take a thick bunch of dried nettles and paste them, horizontally a little above the bottom of the sheet. See the picture below for reference.
Finally Your Leave Fox Craft Is Ready!
Take three more nettles and paste them, vertically, on the right side of the sheet. These nettles need to be connected to each other at the bottom as shown in the picture below.
This completes today’s tutorial and we have a great piece of craft in our possession. It was extremely simple to make, required basic material, and took hardly five minutes to complete. You learned to work with leaves and nettles as a craft material. You also learned a good technique of arrangement in order to create a figure out of it. You can hand it on the walls of your room or paste it into your art book. Think of more such material to create craft out of. Keep practicing the techniques that you learn in these tutorials and keep working hard and keep up the good work.
See you in many more tutorials to come. Till then, good luck and goodbye.
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