Halloween themes, chilly nights spent inside and leaves aplenty make fall a great time to access your inner do-it-yourselfer.
You probably don't need to keep crows out of a cornfield, but decorating your yard or porch with a scarecrow is the perfect way to celebrate fall. Creating a scarecrow can easily become a family tradition, since kids of all ages can find something they can contribute to the project.
Use the ancient art of origami to create cleverly folded creatures to use as Halloween decorations.
Bring some autumn color to your refrigerator with this paper bag owl. Using a classic brown bag and a few supplies from the craft store, you'll have a hoot!
With all the little ghosts and ghouls wandering about town, October is definitely the spookiest month of the year. What better time to teach your kids a little bit about bats—and have some fun with bat-themed craft projects.
Turn the leaves in your yard into an eye-catching work of art.
This project is a perfect opportunity to point out the different shapes and textures of various leaves to your little naturalists.
You can carve them. You can paint them. You could always stencil them. But why not try something new with your pumpkins this year? Use your creativity and ingenuity to make pumpkin people or pumpkin critters for your Halloween decorations.