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I’m loving these fantastic fall leaves:

Photograph: Charles Schiller

A crisp autumn weekend is perfect for baking a little something up. These brilliantly-colored cookies can either be eaten or used to make a fall wreath, as the folks at Country Living demonstrate.

And here’s a natural wreath you can creative using actual leaves from HGTV.

What’s your tip for a fall craft featuring leaves?

5 Responses

  1. pixelecho69 says:

    They look delicious to eat, and pretty enough for craft's, anyway you want to use them.
    This is what I will do with dry leaves, pick up the most perfect ones with beautiful fall colors ( orange, brown green ) cleaned them, make sure they are dry, and you can write friends or family's name on them as place card's great for the holidays (use gold color sharpie ). you can even put a little bit of glue and some sparkles on the edges.

  2. RJMstone says:

    GREAT IDEA!! I need the recipe, please!
    So they can be made to be eatable or made as a craft? COOL!

  3. overgrownwaltz says:

    how do you reuse the scraps to make more cookies without ending up with an ugly colored blob of dough???

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