7 fantastic fall crafts to try with your kids

Fall is here and that means more time spent home creating memories with your family. Celebrate the season by creating a craft that the whole family will love. We’ve rounded up some fun craft ideas to do with your kids.

Pumpkin Pie Play Dough

We all know that kids love play dough! The best part about this play dough is that it is non-toxic, so if your kids decide to try to taste, it’s not harmful at all. The other amazing thing about this play dough is that it has an amazing fall smell! 

Get the tutorial at Your Modern Family.

Pumpkin Apple Stamps

Who doesn’t love pumpkins? Help your children turn apples into pumpkins with this super cute craft. This project is great for preschooler and elementary school kids. 

Get the tutorial at Homeschool Preschool

Paper Bag Monster Puppets

If you are like me, then you have so many paper bags around your house and now you can put them to good use by creating this super cute Halloween craft. You can make different monsters and have a puppet show when you are done! 

Get the tutorial at I Heart Crafty Things.

Thanksgiving Paper Plate Turkey Wreath

Thanksgiving will be here before you know it. Hang this super cute craft in your home and show off your child’s amazing craft skills. This is really easy to make. It does require some cutting and glueing so take your time and have fun!

Get the tutorial at The Resourceful Mama.

DIY Monster Lollipops

Did someone say Jolly Rancher lollipops? These DIY monster lollipops are perfect for the upcoming Halloween season. Grab some easy materials and you are good to go! 

Get the tutorial at The Decorated Cookie.

Sponge Turkey Craft 

Crafts with paper plates are the best. Your child we be able to get as creative as possible with the sponge paint. For this craft, you will need paper towels to help control mess, but it’s all worth it for some fun, right?

Get the tutorial at The Resourceful Mama.

Scarecrow Craft

Do you love the Wizard of Oz? This super cute scarecrow craft is sure to put a smile on everyone’s faces this season. It’s easy, fun and cheap to create. Grab some popsicle sticks and craft eyes, and get to crafting!

Get the tutorial at Somewhat Simple.


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