Long after Summer's over, kids can still enjoy pieces of the season thanks to fun crafts that take advantage of nature's bounty. Rinne Allen recently showed how it could be done on the pages of Martha Stewart Living with little more than some sticks or twigs, paper, and the sun. While traditional sunprints involve an artist painting a light-sensitive solution onto thick watercolor paper, Allen says pretreated sheets, like the SunPrint Paper Kit ($18) and Inkodye Print Fabric With Light Kit ($30), work just as well. Read on to see how easy it is to make these mementos that would look equally as beautiful in your living room or your tot's room.
Source: Jennifer Causey