Get creative as a family this autumn with these 30 easy fall crafts for kids of all ages! Your children are sure to love several of the projects here. Scroll down to see them.
Autumn has arrived, and with it comes the irresistible call of crafting season!
It’s that magical time of year when the leaves put on a spectacular show, and our little ones itch for something fun to do on those crisp, cozy afternoons.
Why not channel that energy into a kaleidoscope of fall crafts for kids? Trust me, it’s the perfect recipe for creating some leaf-crunching, cider-sipping memories.
Picture your kitchen table transformed into a crafting station, brimming with the colors of the season – fiery reds, vibrant oranges, and golden yellows.
There’s something about autumn that screams creativity, and we’re about to dive in headfirst with over 30 enchanting arts and crafts.
Fall crafting is all about embracing the season, both in color and texture. From the sparkly and adhesive felt (a personal favorite) to the natural treasures of pinecones and acorns (worm-free, of course), we’re about to get wonderfully crafty.
And let’s not forget about pom poms in those luscious fall colors – because everything’s better with pom poms, right?
If you’re wondering what supplies to buy, let me give you a few suggestions. Of course there’s scrapbook paper and paint in autumn colors . . . but what else could you get? Here are some of my favorites:
Pom poms – I love the assortment bags at Michaels with the fall colors
Scroll down and let’s unwrap this bounty of fall craft ideas for kids. From natural materials to upcycled wonders, we’ve got everything to make this autumn unforgettable for your little crafters.
Let’s get those creative leaves rustling!
Fall Crafts for Kids
Celebrate the season with these 30 fun autumn craft ideas for kids. There are animals, leaves, trees, and some no-carve pumpkin decorating ideas on this list! You are sure to find a few fun ideas to try.
This fun forest animal gets its spikes from real leaves! I’m thinking you can do a variety of animals this way! The website is in Bulgarian but you don’t need a tutorial for this autumn craft – it’s pretty self explanatory.
This is probably one of the cutest scarecrows I’ve ever seen! I love his happy little face. Not only could you make this out of a coffee can, but you could use oatmeal containers or any other cylindrical container that tickles your fancy.
You probably have the ingredients to make this apple pie play dough in your cabinet right now! It’s very easy to make, silky smooth, and smells amazing. Don’t forget to seal it in an air proof container between play sessions.
Kids will love cutting leaf shapes out of tissue paper, then they can Mod Podge to simple ceramic tiles. Make this autumn craft even more fantastic by adding a little gold glitter! You can adapt this idea to a variety of holidays.