Pumpkins, colorful leaves and candy corn are all part of fall, as well as tons of Halloween activities, such as trick-or-treating or attending festivals. Your kids will likely spend more time indoors as the weather cools. Family time is great, but sometimes it’s hard to find something else to do than watch TV or play Monopoly. Fall crafts are a great way to relieve boredom or rainy days. You can make festive fall decorations for your whole family, from simple felt garlands to elaborate DIY apple stamps.
Beautiful fall crafts will get the whole family in the autumn spirit. This collection of fall crafts for kids, while easy to make and still Pinterest-worthy, is filled with inspiration and lots of family fun.
Table of content
- 1 Felt Apples
- 2 Gratitude Turkey
- 3 Painted Pumpkins
- 4 Pumpkin Stress Balls
- 5 Candy Corn Garland
- 6 Fall Garland Leaves
- 7 Woodland Animal Pumpkins
- 8 Leaf Monsters
- 9 Handprint Fox
- 10 Pumpkin Pie
- 11 Mason Jar Fall Luminaries
- 12 Melted Crayon Mini Pumpkins
- 13 Bird Feeder Wreath
- 14 Leaf Lanterns
- 15 Leaf Finger Puppets
- 16 Leaf Rubbing Collages
- 17 Thankful Pumpkins
- 18 Marbled Leaves
- 19 Pumpkin Apple Stamps
A daily apple can keep the doctor away but it can keep your children busy! These felt apples are great for gift tags and fridge magnets.
These adorable mason-jar turkeys are a great craft idea to help kids say “thanks” and make a lot of fun. Each feather is composed of something you are thankful for.
These pumpkins are great for kids and can double as decor. For pumpkins that truly pop, think outside of traditional Halloween colors.
Pumpkin Stress Balls
These DIY stress balls are great for midterm exams. To create stress-relieving pumpkins, fill orange balloons with rice. Use a black Sharpie for drawing faces.
Candy Corn Garland
To welcome Halloween into your home, all you need is a felt candy corn garland
Fall Garland Leaves
Who said leaves couldn’t be both blue and red? This garland is sure to brighten up your front door or mantle.
Woodland Animal Pumpkins
This is an adorable and simple way to decorate a pumpkin.
These “monsters” are one of the most adorable ways to craft with leaves that we have ever seen. For this fall craft, ask your children to help you locate leaves in your backyard.
This adorable fall craft only requires glue, paper and paint.
This “pie” looks almost too good to eat. We recommend that you try one of these recipes.
Mason Jar Fall Luminaries
These crafts will last a lifetime. These crafts will light up your walkway, and your guests will be raving about the artist who created them.
Melted Crayon Mini Pumpkins
Children will have fun choosing the colors for their pumpkins this autumn! It’s also easy to clean up afterwards.
Bird Feeder Wreath
Make this wreath with all the seeds left over from autumn recipes. Then, watch the birds pick it up together with the rest of the family.
These leaf lanterns can be used as night lights in the autumn season. You only need a few items to make the best party.
Leaf Finger Puppets
Socks gone! These leaf puppets made from toilet paper rolls will entertain your children for hours.
Leaf Rubbing Collages
Everyone has a secret stash of broken crayons in their home. These can be used to create this leaf collage.
These pumpkins will help your children prepare for Thanksgiving.
Coolest. Leaves. Ever. They’re also so easy to make!
Pumpkin Apple Stamps
You won’t tell your kids to have fun with their food if they are using them to create colorful artwork for your fridge.