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Leaf Template Printables

I received a request today from one of our newsletter subscribers, asking for autumn leaf templates. Easy enough, I thought, plus I needed a little inspiration after our long three day Labor Day weekend, anyway! (Yes, I do ‘take requests’!)

I’d love to know what kind of  cool projects you use these for. Please inspire all of our readers by leaving your fall leaf project ideas in the comments below!

Related Page: Twelve Fall Leaf Crafts

Maple Leaf Template

Maple Leaf Template

Oak Leaf Pattern

Oak Leaf Pattern

Elm Tree Leaf Pattern

Elm Tree Leaf Pattern

Maple Leaf Template 2

Maple Leaf Template 2

Oak Leaf Template 2

Oak Leaf Template 2

Chestnut Tree Leaf Pattern

Chestnut Tree Leaf Pattern


31 comments for “Leaf Template Printables”

  1. […] Pages: Owl Crafts, Fall Leaf Templates, Fall Wreath Craft Owl Towels Kitchen […]

    Posted by Fall Kitchen Crafts: Owl Towels | Craft Jr. | September 15, 2010, 12:21 pm
  2. […] by Leaf Template Printables | Craft Jr. | September 7, 2010, 4:43 […]

    Posted by Leaf Crafts: Fall Nature Crafts | Craft Jr. | September 15, 2010, 12:42 pm
  3. […] Check out my other blog for printable leaf templates, too! Filed Under: […]

    Posted by Pottery Barn Knockoffs – Book Page Fall Leaves | Copycat Crafts | November 2, 2010, 10:00 am
  4. […] Pages: Leaf Templates, Printable Thanksgiving Placecards, Thanksgiving […]

    Posted by Fall & Thanksgiving Templates | Craft Jr. | November 9, 2010, 9:38 pm
  5. […] cut out a bunch of construction paper leaves. If you want to use a template, there are plenty to be found free on the internet. Personally, I find the template thing to be a bit of a time waster because my kids are too young […]

    Posted by grasshopper weather » autumn garland | September 29, 2011, 6:50 pm
  6. […] no me gusta mucho pin­tar sobre for­mas recor­ta­das, esta vez no me resistí a jugar con estas plan­ti­llas de hojas. Impre­sas en car­tu­li­nas, Lola pintó unas con tém­pera y pur­pu­rina y otras con […]

    Posted by Otoño — En el país de las hadas | November 7, 2011, 6:30 pm
  7. I am covering a bulletin board with construction paper and then making lots of these colorful leaves. Each person will write on a leaf telling things they are thankful for this year. We will read these around the Thanksgiving table!

    Posted by Marsha McBride | November 20, 2011, 10:56 am
  8. […] three different shapes of leaves using templates from the internet (there’s a good selection here).  I let everyone choose two leaves and had them write those things they were thankful for on the […]

    Posted by ‘Leaves of Thanks’ Garland « | November 27, 2011, 1:58 pm
  9. these leaf templates are just what I needed! thank you

    Posted by Judy | January 24, 2012, 4:44 pm
  10. I use these leaf patterns to make the skirt for my art doll. The one I am using is kind of like a woodsy doll with fall stiffened material for the leaves. They hang from the waist. I also think that I will put glitter around the edges.

    Posted by Donna Taylor | February 20, 2012, 7:46 pm
  11. […] Optional – use our printable leaf pattern stencils […]

    Posted by Autumn Leaf Garland Craft | Craft Jr. | October 10, 2012, 1:30 pm
  12. […] partir d’une idée trouvée sur Pinterest, les enfants ont peint des silhouettes de feuilles aux couleurs de l’automne, puis les ont transformées en […]

    Posted by L’automne {GS/CP} | November 17, 2012, 5:29 am
  13. I use these for thanksgiving. my kids cut these out on red and orange construction paper and then they write what they are thankful for. During dinner, someone gets to read these out loud and we try to guess who wrote it!

    I kept them from last year and they are fun to read again.

    Posted by Anne | November 22, 2012, 9:25 am
  14. I am transferring these templates to autumnal colour card and then cutting lines down the middle for the children to weave ribbon in and out to make a display.

    Posted by Carol | July 28, 2013, 11:39 am
  15. using these to cut out in felt/fabric, and decorate my crocheted pumpkins for a Fall display

    Posted by Mary | September 3, 2013, 9:46 am
  16. Will use these for a leaf garland and to decorate for the upcoming holidays.

    Posted by Linda | September 7, 2013, 6:48 am
  17. I will use these to make white and black leaves and attach to make vines for my Black/White Halloween theme party.

    Posted by Elza | September 9, 2013, 5:31 pm
  18. […] Jr. offers two kinds each of both maple leaf patterns and oak leaf templates. These print large – almost an entire page – so they’re great for coloring page use or craft […]

    Posted by What Mommy DoesFree Printable Fall Leaf Templates – Maple Leaves Patterns & Oak Leaf Stencils » What Mommy Does | September 11, 2013, 8:59 am
  19. […] out construction paper leaves. You can find a leaf template here if you […]

    Posted by Fall Fun Activity Tree | September 13, 2013, 8:59 am
  20. […] try cutting out some fall leaves using these great leaf templates from I use leaf cutouts from pretty fall paper and have my kids write messages of […]

    Posted by Fall Colors and Patterns | September 16, 2013, 6:31 am
  21. […] Leaf patterns I found online (here are some great ones from Craft Jr) […]

    Posted by DIY: Create a Fall Leaf Garland from Scrapbook Paper — Yes Spaces | September 17, 2013, 3:52 pm
  22. My Sunday School class (ages 5-12) will trace and cut out one or more leaf patterns on colored construction paper. They can choose from a list of Bible verses relating to thanks/thanksgiving. Older children will look up the Bible verse and copy it onto the leaf. Younger ones can either choose a written Bible verse (which I’ll have available) or write some things they are thankful for. These will go up on a hallway bulletin board.

    Posted by Betty | September 21, 2013, 9:48 pm
  23. I am using these for Gods Family tree and decorating the rest of the Sunday School classroom
    with the leaf rubbings. thanks so much

    Posted by Dawn | October 8, 2013, 11:51 am
  24. Thank you so much for these, I am using them to make appliques for a skirt I am making.

    Posted by Halfling | October 13, 2013, 10:31 pm
  25. Thank you for these templates! I bought a small woven basket with a wooden sign on it that says “Give Thanks.” I am going to print out these templates on yellow, orange, red paper; cut the leaves out, and put them in a container next to the basket on Nov. 1. From then until lunch on Thanksgiving day, my husband, myself, & 6 YO daughter will write on a leaf a day something we are thankful for. At lunch on Thanksgiving Day, we will read all of the leaves around the table. I am making this a family tradition from now on. :)

    Posted by Beth | October 16, 2013, 10:49 am
  26. Thanks for the leaf patterns they are perfect. I am using them as a boarder shape to make a tissue paper stained glass leaf.

    Posted by Kathy Fergusson | October 18, 2013, 7:32 pm
  27. I’m going to downsize the leaf print and cut out a stencil, then I”ll use it for stenciling camp kneckechiefs, or I’ll try my hand at silk s
    creening the kneckerchieves.

    Posted by mary Gendron | October 24, 2013, 8:48 pm
  28. I am using the maple leaf and the oak leaf for applique on a quilt.

    Posted by Jan | October 26, 2013, 3:23 pm
  29. We are making a wooden tree cutout for our fall festival at church. We will have blank cutouts of leaves so people can write on them what they are thankful for and attach them to the tree.

    Posted by Patty | October 29, 2013, 7:50 pm
  30. I teach iPad Art to children. Going to save images on my iPads, have children import them into a digital paint app to color and or add designs. May layer them and create a photo collage…all digital. Thanks, just what I needed!

    Posted by Trish | September 7, 2014, 2:32 pm
  31. We are fingerknitting three chains choosing WARM colored yarns (Fall colors) and then tracing the leaf templates on felt, cutting them out, adding a slit to the middle and sliding them on our chain to create a Fall garland.

    Posted by Shelly | September 16, 2014, 9:28 am

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