One of the most fun ways to spend a fall day is doing crafts. Whether you’re artistic or not, spending time with your kids doing a DIY fall activity is one of the most rewarding pastimes of the season.
4 DIY Fall Crafts You (And Your Kids) Will Love
To help you come up with some simple craft ideas, today’s roundup features some of the cutest and easy fall activities. From a few, very talented mommy bloggers, these 4 must-try ideas will show you how to gather the right supplies, how to work as a team, and how to create fall home decor that you and your kids will love.
1. Spin Art Apple Bunting
From apple cider to warm apple pie, fall is an excellent season for apple picking as well as for eating apples. You can create apple-inspired home decor to brighten your home and add a seasonal touch to your decor. Check out this easy tutorial on how to make spin art apple bunting from Views from a Step Stool.
2. Fall Lanterns
Looking to craft with gorgeous maple leaves that have changed colors to an auburn, brown shade? For a beautiful, fall-inspired lantern, follow this tutorial from Parenting From The Heart. The steps are super simple, and you end up with a pretty lantern that looks nice all fall, including for Halloween!
3. Fall Tree Button Practice Busy Bag
Isn’t buttoning fun when you’re little? With the fall tree button practice busy bag from Views from A Step Stool, you can create a craft that will keep your kids busy and happy. When you follow these step-by-step instructions, you can make a fun activity that will entertain your kids for hours. Made with bright colors and simple materials, the craft is an adorable way to engage kids on the go.
4. Welcome, Fall Wooden Sign Craft
You can include younger and older kids in making a Welcome, Fall wooden sign craft. Older kids can help with the hot glue gun and would enjoy creating pretty handwriting. Younger kids will have fun gluing on the googly eyes and painting the background. To make this craft, check out the step by step instructions here from The SAH Life.
Do you have favorite DIY fall crafts that you do with your kids? Share in the comments!