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The Native American art of making apple heads is both easy and fun. Follow these instructions for a creative fall craft.

Choose a big apple and start by peeling it.
Then, with a sharp knife, form the nose, make eye sockets, and cut a line for the mouth.
Carve around the mouth to accentuate the cheeks, and make some lines around the eyes and on the forehead.
Soak the head in lemon juice for about 1/2 hour (so it doesn't turn brown) before hanging it to dry.
When the head is almost dry, add peppercorn or bean eyes. Use your imagination to make some hair and a body to go with the head.

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