Easy Nature Crowns for Kids by Wildlife Fun 4 Kids
Using nature in craft is one of our favourite activities. Who needs pom poms and felt, when you can have leaves, gumnuts and bark!
While on another bush walk with the twins, we found a paper bark tree. I knew this would come in handy, so I ripped some bark off the trunk and folded it up in my carry bag. Paper bark is perfect material for craft because you can pull it off in long, thick pieces and it’s quite flexible.
Along our forest walk, we also collected beautiful pieces of nature including gum nut flowers, pretty mottled leaves and fern fronds. It was lovely searching for nature treasures and adding them to our bag of goodies.
ABOUT PENNY: Penny is the creator of Wildlife Fun 4 Kids, a site developed to help parents get their children closer to wildlife and nature.
She is a mum to three girls and works part time as a wildlife education officer. Penny holds a Bachelor of Applied Science – Wildlife Biology and a Graduate Diploma of Education (Early years). In what little spare time she has left, Penny loves to read, go camping and be out in nature.
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