What’s not to love about fall? We get to eat turkey and pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving, give scary little trick-or-treaters candy, and best of all, experience the splendor of the leaves changing color from greens to oranges, browns and yellows. We’ve actually found an interesting and beautiful little project to incorporate the falling foliage – a maple leaf rose! The idea of using a plant to recreate another plant is what really captured our attention.
Step 1: Fold the leaf in half (from top to bottom).