In our June issue of Eco Kids Planet, we asked you to create an artwork made completely from nature: fallen leaves and acorns, twigs, flower petals, wild berries, pieces of tree bark or tiny rocks.
We loved receiving your entries. What a fresh breeze of creativity! Thank you to everyone who entered the competition.
Made of leaves, sticks and bits of bark
A Great Spotted Woodpecker
Made from flower petals, bits of bark, twigs, feathers, leaves and a blackcurrant
Made from plant parts, feathers and a stone
Made of knopper galls
A Beautiful Butterfly
Made of many pretty leaves
Stickman enjoying an evening on a beach!
A turtle on the beach
A picture of a carp in the lake
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