If you’ve been around here for any length of time, you’re probably wondering what I’m doing sharing crafts. Yes, it’s not like me to be crafty, but my daughters absolutely love doing crafts – of all kinds. They love to color and create their own projects.
Our youngest daughter is by far the more crafty one and may become a fashion designer one day. She loves to create “dresses” and outfits for her dolls. She created her own doll house out of a cardboard box. She’s decorated it with washi tape and even created some furniture from smaller boxes and items she’s found, that others might think were trash. Her imagination amazes me!
Even though crafts are not my forte, I wanted to help my girls explore their creative side. And since we work on a tight budget, I have gathered some easy and inexpensive fall craft ideas for kids of all ages! Check them out!
Fall Tree Handprint Craft by Happy Hooligans
Melted Crayon Leaf Suncatchers by Fireflies and Mudpies
Leaf People Craft by Fantastic Fun and Learning
Apple Pom Poms by Red Ted Art
Easy Paper Pumpkin by Pint-sized Treasures
Spider Web Yarn Kid Craft by the Crafting Chicks
Sponge Painted Owl by Buggy and Buddy
Autumn Mobile by Red Ted Art
Apple Paper Plate Lacing Craft by Our Kid Things
Stuffed Paper Apples by Buggy and Buddy
Pumpkin Pie Craft by A Night Owl
Paper Plate Turkey by Easy Peasy and Fun
Hanging Bat Craft by Buggy and Buddy
Plastic Bottle Apples by Red Ted Art
Paper Plate Hedgehog by Easy Peasy and Fun
Crafting doesn’t have to be expensive. Gather some supplies from around the house or head outside and pick up some sticks and leaves and let their imaginations soar!
What are some of your favorite Fall Crafts? I’d love to hear about them!
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