12 Fall Kids’ Crafts

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One of my favorite things to do is crafting and creating with Ridley, our two year old. He loves to watercolor paint and finger paint as well as to play with pipe cleaners. Oh, and he loves cutting paper with scissors.  Since I’ve been bitten by the “Fall-lovin’ bug,” I’ve been doing some research on Fall crafts for kids!

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There are so many cute ideas floating around the internet. Here are 12 of my favorite Fall kids’ crafts to get your creative juices flowing.
Fall Craft 1

Create a Pinecone Swag with pinecones, paint and ribbons! So cute!!

Fall Craft 2

Be still my Fall-leaf-lovin’ heart! This Fall Felt Leaf Garland is just darling and I want to make one right now!

Fall Craft 3

Make adorable Fall Hand Tree Art! Love it!

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Decorate your windows with Tissue Paper Fall Leaves. This one is on our to-do list!

Fall Craft 5

Gather leaves and frame them up for festive Fall decor!

Fall Craft 6

How adorable is this owl paper bag puppet! It’s so easy to make too!

Fall Craft 7

I love, love, love how this Fall banner is made – with apples cut in half, burlap and paint! So cute!

Fall Craft 8

With felt, a pine cone, glue and two eyes, you can make a Pine Cone Turkey! I think these would be so cute as place cards at a dinner party!

Fall Craft 9

Ridley and I are going to make this Fingerpainted Fall Tree together soon! Adorable! 🙂


My Fall Leaf Banner is easy, frugal and perfect for crafting with kids!

Fall Craft 10

Make these Salt Dough Leaf Prints with your kiddos! I love the bright colors! Aren’t they fab?!

Fall craft

What could be easier than homemade leaf art with leaves {obviously, ha!} paint and paper? The colors are stunning!

What kind of Fall crafts do you {and your kids} enjoy?

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  1. ohgoodgolly…you know how you find a blog and you get right away whether that person’s tastes vibe with yours? I totally get that from your blog. Love your projects, ideas, photography…so glad I followed the link from Today’s Creative Blog!

  2. I’m a kindergarten teacher and always search for easy fun crafts for them and this list is great! i love seeing the parents proud of their kids when they see their artwork. thanks so much. 🙂

  3. I really want to do the Pinecone Turkey but the link you have there brings me to the salt leave cookies…is it possible to get the correct link! Thanks 🙂

  4. I just found your blog & I LOVE it!!! I love how you said the home is a matter of the heart- so true! I hope to learn from you and your posts as my fiancé and me begin our journey! We will have our own place in less than a year! Thanks for the ideas 🙂


  5. Just a note to say I love the simplicity of the Leaf Art, it’s beautiful. Great idea. It made me smile. Many times we forget the simple things in life. Thank you for the reminder, Enza

  6. These are great, Myra!

    We used to make a variation of the pine cone turkey. We traced around the boys’ hands on orange and yellow construction paper, then they cut out the tracings of their hands. Instead of individual “feathers,” we used the hand tracing as the feathers on pinecone turkeys. And we DID use these as placecards for Thanksgiving dinner! They were a big hit. 🙂
    Richella at Imparting Grace´s last blog post ..Grace at Home No. 23

  7. VERY cute ideas! I am so looking forward to doing some of these with my children! Thanks for doing the research for me :o)

  8. What great ideas! I particularly love the fact that the felt leaf garland can double as a lacing activity for a bored toddler. Plus, cute!

    Just wanted to let you know that I’ve featured you on our weekly roundup of the Internet’s best blog posts! Happy blogging!

  9. Can’t find the leaf art tutorial(katie brown’s website doesn’t show it). What kind of paint did you use?

  10. I love these ideas, they are all so cute! I made a few small modifications to them to fit my personal specifications. I recently started volunteering at a Rec Center, tutoring kids and their homework room needs some serious sprucing up! I wrote a blog post about what I intend to do with the kids and I linked back to your site to give you credit for finding/coming up with all these great kids crafts!

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