Animal Crossing: New Horizons has finally arrived in the Fall season, turning our islands to gorgeous yellow and orange hues.
With the arrival of a new month comes with it a series of new exciting events, not only do we get a host of new bugs as we enter November, we also need to make way for a collection of new DIY recipes.
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Players will start to notice the addition of mushrooms growing on their island, but not only that they will also notice the debut of the Maple Leaf.
You will find Mapel Leaves floating around your island, so be quick to grab them while you can as they are only here for a limited amount of time. Collecting Maple Leavess is useful as they can be used in a host of new DIY recipes, perfect to create autumnal furniture and decore to decorate your island.
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Leaves can be found floating through the air from November 12 until November 26, after this they will no longer appear on your island. You can find Maple Leaf DIY recipes across your island by bursting balloons, finding bottles on the beach or they can be gifted to you by your villagers on your island.
The DIY recipes available to collect are:
- Leaf Stool
- Coloured-Leaves Flooring
- Autumn Wall
- Maple-Leaf Pochette
- Maple-Leaf Umbrella
- Maple-Leaf Pond Stone
- Red-Leaf Pile
- Tree’s Bounty Big Tree
- Tree’s Bounty Arch
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