Fall festivals and fairs celebrate the arrival of autumn. Professionaly made posters or signs to advertise your event can be expensive, but you can have fun while saving money by making them yourself. They are also fun for children to work on. There are many fall poster ideas that require minimal supplies -- just a lot of creativity. Remember to leave room on the poster to write information about where and when the fall festival takes place.
Four Seasons Tree Poster
Divide the poster into four equal squares. In each square, draw a basic tree pattern, with no leaves. Purchase curly ribbon in three different colours: green for the summer, orange or brown for the fall and your choice for spring. Colour the tree trunks brown, then cut the curly ribbon into equal lengths about 6 inches long. Gather the ribbon into small bunches and glue on the tree trunk near the top.The ribbon serves as your leaves.
Veggie Art Poster
Find a template to draw anything fall-like. The template design can vary because the idea with this poster is the veggie art. A good design would be a pumpkin. Cut veggies into easy-to-manage sizes for small hands. Use mushrooms, green peppers, broccoli or veggies of your choosing, depending on the desired design. Place poster paints into small cups. Model dipping the veggies in the paint, then pressing the veggies on the poster to make the desired design. Use fall paint colours of yellow, red, orange and brown.
Draw a basic bare tree design on the poster. Collect leaves of different varieties and sizes. Place a leaf of choice under a sheet of paper and rub the paper over the leaf with a crayon or colouring pencil, using fall colours. Cut the leaf patterns out and paste them on the tree on the poster.
Mosaic Pumpkin Poster
Draw the outline of a pumpkin on the poster, complete with a stem. Tear orange tissue paper or construction paper into 1-inch square pieces. Glue the squares onto the traced pumpkin. Tear green paper into squares then glue them on the stem.
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