Fallen Leaves: Creative Uses
Do you have a lot of leaves on your head? This fall, if you have a yard with many trees, it’s possible that your yard will be flooded with leaves. What else can you use all those leaves for, besides raking them? The good news is that they can be used in a variety of fun ways! Check out these five creative and fun ways to reuse fallen leaves!
1. Craft a scarecrow.
Leaves that have fallen are ideal for filling and stuffing scarecrows. You can save the leaves you need to build your scarecrow so that you will have enough to construct the body, arms, legs, and head. Leaves are a great stuffing material for scarecrows.
2. Make giant yard Pumpkins
Buy orange yard waste bags You can find them in your local home improvements store or on Amazon. Some pumpkins are orange, while others may already have faces on them. No worries if you can’t find any with faces, you can always add your own with a black marker. Simply fill the bags up with leaves, then tie the top for yard pumpkins that make the perfect outdoor fall décor.
3. Make spooky ghosts.
Fill white trash bags with a handful leaves. Twist and tie the bag to…