Easy Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

From preschool crafts to big kids, these Easy Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids will create adorable fall decor for your home. Turkeys, leaves, pilgrims & more.


 

8 Creative Fall Craft Ideas | Easy DIY Projects for Autumn

8 Creative Fall Crafts: Looking for a fun DIY project? Here are 8 creative Fall craft ideas for you. Autumn Wreaths, Leaf Stamped Bags, Glitter Pinecones.


 

Toilet Paper Pumpkins (Cheap & Easy Fall Decor!)

Easy DIY Fall Decor Idea For The Home


 

How to Crochet Rustic Farmhouse Pumpkins - MJ's off the Hook Designs

Happy Thanksgiving Weekend Canada! I’m so excited to put out a new Free pattern for you! Read on to learn how to crochet these rustic farmhouse pumpkins. I’ve seen so many cute little pumpkins popping up in my feed lately that I finally decided jump in and make my own version. I wanted a rustic...


 

Fall Pumpkin Burlap Sign with FOUR Kinds of HTV (Including Buffalo Check!)

Learn how to make this simple pumpkin burlap sign that's perfect for fall! It's a reverse canvas that uses FOUR kinds of HTV, including Buffalo check!


 

100 Best Fall Crafts for Kids

Celebrate the change of the season with these fun fall crafts for kids. These craft ideas include fall leaves, apples, scarecrows, pumpkins and more!


 

Dollar Tree Fall Crafts

I walked into the Dollar Tree the other day and it was full of autumn goodness... beautiful faux maple leaves, acorns, pumpkins, and shades of red, orange, and yellow covered the end caps. I felt like I needed a Pumpkin Spice anything... Give me ALL the Pumpkin Spice! Ha! And for 2 minutes, it gave me a glimmer of hope that I would experience Fall this year... But then I remembered that I live in Florida so the only Fall I'll be experiencing is the *FALL* that I create in my home... the home that will have the AC blasting through December. We have one season here - SUMMER. Oh well... that's life, I suppose. So back to the Dollar Tree... it was full of autumn goodness... Holy Moly! Ribbon! Look at these cute wooden stickers!Metal Words - fun!More RibbonPumpkins! So of course I got completely sidetracked from whatever I was in the Dollar Tree for in the first place and I started brainstorming things to make with all the fall goodness!! A 2-minute trip turned into a 45-minute brainstorming sessions with piles of supplies in little mounds. I'm a firm believer that ANYONE can craft AND that crafts don't have to be elaborate or expensive to be CUTE! Watch this to get your juices flowing! Easy Wreath Supplies: Wreath, Ribbon, Galvanized Tin Words, Flowers, Scissors, Hot Glue The process is Easy Peasy - only takes 5 - 10 minutes! Wrap the wreath with ribbon. You can create a bow or if you don't like bows, skip the bow. Add flowers if you like flowers or use the wooden stickers. Make it YOURS! Fall Vase Supplies: Vase, Ribbon, Raffia, Wooden Stickers, Hot Glue, Scissors (you could put flowers or a candle in the vase) I did this craft in 5 minutes. I wrapped the tall ribbon around the vase, hot gluing it as needed, wrapped raffia around the middle and glued a leaf to where I tied the raffia in a knot. Voila! It would be a cute table centerpiece if you made 2 more. (My brain thinks in sets of 3) Burlap Pumpkin Supplies: Styrofoam pumpkin, Burlap Ribbon (or ribbon of your choice - doesn't have to be burlap!), Flowers, Stems/leaves, Scissors, Hot glue This one took a little more time than the other ones. I was inspired by BlakeByDesign (if you are on Instagram, you should check her out - lots of fun projects!) - she used fabric strips and covered a pumpkin - ADORABLE! Instead of fabric, I cut strips of Dollar Tree ribbon to fit around the pumpkin and then I hot glued each piece overlapping until I covered it completely. I then glued some some leaves on the top and placed flowers in the middle. Simple and cute! My little collection of *FALL* Dollar Tree crafts! With the exception of the faux eucalyptus plant (IKEA) hiding in the back, the entire tiered tray is decorated with items from the Dollar Tree. That green porcelain pumpkin with the gold stem - Dollar Tree. That orange burlap pumpkin - Dollar Tree. The white ball fillers - Dollar Tree. Succulent - Dollar Tree. You get the point. Decorating doesn't have to be expensive and crafting doesn't have to be complicated, so run to your local Dollar Tree. You've got this!!! Follow me on Facebook and Instagram for more DIY Crafts & Projects.


 

Gorgeous Accordion Fold Fall Paper Leaf Banner

Today we're continuing with the theme of easy fall crafts. Couple of days ago I shared this really beautiful Sewn Leaf Art project that I made with my preschooler. Today I just wanted to share this gorgeous folded paper leaf banner. I came up with the idea after reading some fall-themed books with my son. Seeing all the beautiful colored leaves in the books made me miss the fall leaves back on the East coast. And then it hit me- why not make our own? Bring a bit of fall to our forever-summer state. And so, my son and I got to making and painting together. The results came out so beautiful that he insisted we hang the banner up in his room to spruce it up. Don't have time to paint leaves? Try this easy origami paper version instead! Materials Used: Thick paper (We used sketch paper instead of Watercolor Paper because it was easier to fold and hole punch.) Paint brushes Liquid Watercolors Plastic Tray Art Palettes Scissors Hole Puncher (We got our from Target and LOVE it.) Yarn Stapler Here's how we made our paper leaf banner! First, I cut out a bunch of 5 1/2" x 7" rectangles. Then, I took my rectangle and folded it in half, then in half, then in half again (along the length.) (This way I had lines to guide my accordion folds later.) Then, I punched a hole in one end. Then, I unfolded most of my folds until my paper was only folded in half. I cut a slanted line on one side (right in the image above) to give the general shape of a leaf. (The leaf's point is in the middle of the paper.) Once I had this general shape down. I cut out several different types of designs on my slanted side to make various leaves that looked realistic when refolded. Then, I open up my paper and accordion folded the paper along my pre-folded lines. I stapled the folds together. I opened up my accordion folds like a fan and pushed down on the leaf's edges to make sure they stay opened. I ended up with some really lovely and modern leaves. (Apologies if my directions seem rather intense. But I promise that once you make one leaf, you'll become a leaf making factory and churn out a whole bunch more.) Then, we grabbed your watercolor paints and painted away! At first we we looked at some photos of fall leaves and choose fall-themed colors. But then my son requested blue and purple too because he really loves those colors. I made a whole bunch of leaves for us to paint, but it took him 1/2 an hour to just finish painting one! He was very set on painting both the front and back and all the folded nooks and crannies. So while he worked on his leaf, I just splashed the rest with beautiful, vibrant colors. (Don't you just looove the pigmentation of Liquid Watercolors. Really, gorgeous.) Once our paint dried, I tied the leaves to a 3 long strands of yarn. And that's it! I really, really love how this activity turned out. I hope you enjoy trying it out with your children too! I'll bet it would make a wonderful play date or classroom art activity. Couldn't you just imagine several kids painting side-by-side to create beautiful fall-themed decorations? And if you liked this simple painting activity, check out these 4 other painting activities below! Painted Cardboard Castles Painted Paper Plates Paper Plate Dragons Scrape Art- Easy Abstract Art with Kids Let's keep in Contact! You can always find more fun ideas on my Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter accounts! (Or subscribe to my email mailing list by filling out the pink bar at the top of the screen. Happy making, friends!


 

100 DIY Fall Crafts to Make and Sell

Earn some extra money with these fall crafts to make and sell. From stunning fall wreaths to gorgeous fall centerpieces, there are 100 DIY ideas here


 

Tissue Paper Fall Wreath - Happy Hooligans

A tissue paper fall wreath is the perfect fall craft for toddlers and preschoolers. Easy, inexpensive, and so pretty!


 

Halloween and Fall Tin Can Upcycles for Kids and Adults


 

How to Paint Acorns

How to prep and paint acorns. Cute craft for fall & Thanksgiving. Easy enough for the kids to do.


 

How to Paint a Buffalo Check Mason Jar - Weekend Craft

Mason jars are one for my favorite cheap ways to create DIY Fall decor for my home. Most of the time I don't even need to go to the craft store I have a ton of mason jars from canning and past crafts. If we can remember the past couple Christmas' I have been obsessed with buffalo check. This buffalo check Christmas tree was one of my all time favorite trees I have ever decorated. Well when I was out at Joann Fabrics a few weeks ago I saw an orange buffalo check throw blanket that I had just fell in love with. I thought I wonder if I could incorporate orange buffalo check into my fall decor.


 

DIY 2x4 rustic wood pumpkin blocks — Megan plus FIVE

DIY how to make 2x4 wood pumpkins These little wooden pumpkins are just as cute as can be! I LOVE them! What I love even more is how effortless they are to create. You can knock a set out in less than an hour. Seriously, an hour of your time and you have some ridiculously cute mini pumpkins to add


 

Painted Wood Slice Pumpkins | A Night Owl Blog

Add some color and whimsy to your Fall Decor with these easy and adorable Painted Wood Slice Pumpkins!


 

Easy Leaf Printing on Rocks Autumn Craft | Projects with Kids

Leaf printing on rocks is a fun and easy rock painting activity that kids will love! This nature craft would make a wonderful addition to any fall decor and would look beautiful in a garden. #projectswithkids #rockpainting #leafcrafts


 

Leaf Autumn Crafts Kids Will Love · The Inspiration Edit

This long list of autumn crafts is so much fun! When it comes to creating and imagining art, let your child go wild with these fun ideas!


 

60 Dollar Store Fall Crafts

Get crafty for less with these dollar store fall crafts. From dollar store pumpkin makeovers to mason jar crafts, there are plenty of ideas for inspiration.


 

DIY Floating Shelves for the bathroom | Dollar tree crafts, Dollar tree decor, Dollar tree fall

Find an easy step-by-step tutorial to transfer images using wax paper! This wax paper transfer tutorial is great for saving some money on costly transfer paper!


 

Holiday Christmas Flower Pot

Hand painted 8 inch flower pot. Painted saucer included. Pot is painted in reds and whites, with Reindeers and Christmas Trees all the way around the flower pot. White Snowflakes around the top red rim. Indoor or outdoor use. Outside and inside of pot has waterproof varnish, and saucer is painted to match pot. Personalized and different themed painted upon request!


 

Wood Sunflower Door Hanger - Crafty Morning

This gorgeous sunflower door hanger was made by ChicSleek on Etsy and we’ve all fell in love! Unfortunately it sold but you can totally make this at home. All you need is 6 wood boards, a monogram letter, fake flowers, ribbon, and wood glue. You could also arrange the wood boards and nail it to […]


 

100 Best Fall Crafts for Adults

Celebrate everything autumn with these fun and creative fall crafts. From pumpkin crafts to mason jar crafts, there's plenty of craft ideas to choose from


 

Gorgeous Fall Leaf Chalk Pastel Art Kids Can Make

Kids will love making this fall leaf chalk pastel art using all of the gorgeous autumn colors! Use an easy pastel technique that is perfect for kids of all ages. Free printable leaf templates.


 

Canning Ring Pumpkin

I love fall. Warm colors. Pumpkin Spice. Candy Corn. Pumpkins. Campfires. Candy Corn. Fall leaves. Boots. Did I mention Candy Corn? Since the weather in Florida doesn’t scream FALL, its up to me to make sure that my children know that there such a season exists. I came across the idea to use canning rings for pumpkins – SO CUTE! You can paint the rings, use washi tape (this was a first for me), or let the rings shine on their own (the ones at Walmart were gold!). Check out my attempt below! It was so easy!!!! Give it a whirl! Canning Ring Pumpkins To get started, you’ll need: Canning Rings (I used 16)Washi Tape Cinnamon SticksWire (about 12 inches)Wire CuttersBurlapScissorsHot Glue GunGlue Sticks This project takes 15-20 minutes to complete. You'll start by wrapping the canning rings. I used 2 orange patterns and 2 gold patterns. Select whatever colors you'd like for your pumpkin. I suggest wrapping the washi tape around the ring twice. Make sure you press the tape firmly to secure it. Once you have your canning rings wrapped, create a pattern and string them through your wire. Once they are all on the wire, pull it tight toward the center, and twist. Use your wire cutters to trim the excess wire. Arrange the rings to create a circle & place a cinnamon stick in the middle. Cute & smells good! Win-Win! Take your scissors and cut a leaf (or two) out of the burlap and hot glue it to the rings. And that's it! Easy Peasy! Takes about 15-20 minutes to a make a darling canning ring pumpkin!! Happy Crafting!! Follow me on Facebook and Instagram for more DIY Crafts & Projects.


 

Over 50 of the BEST Fall Craft


 

DIY CRAFT KIT, how to paint your wood pumpkin cut outs to complete your rustic fall decor — Megan plus FIVE

Looking for an easy craft for to accent your fall décor? This DIY adult fall craft kit is perfect for your rustic décor. Our craft kits come with full picture instructions PLUS a video just incase you need a little more visual aid ;)! With this craft kit fall décor never looked so good! Get your cra


 

This DIY Fall slime recipe is so easy to make – you can make it in under 5 minutes! Fun DIY slime idea for the Fall and Autumn season. Homemade cinnamon slime recipe that smells amazing. This slime DIY is made without borax – yes you heard right NO borax!


 

DIY Pumpkin Fall Decor on a Dollar Tree Budget

I wait all year for Fall to roll around and feel lost when it's gone. To say it's my favorite time of the year is an understatement. I just couldn't wait for the Dollar Tree Store to put out all their Fall decor. So many things to play around with for $1. I found several felt placemats in multiple patterns that I quickly realized would make great stencils. One of the best hacks in my arsenal of tricks. So easy and hey, it was $1! SCORE! Fall decor! This post contains a few affiliate links to help you find the


 

48 Awesome Fall Crafts for Kids

These fall crafts for kids are wonderful! I'm always amazed how creative people are! There are lots of great ideas here that the kids are going to LOVE.


 

40 Crazy Easy Creative Fall Inspired Crafts For Kids - This Tiny Blue House

35+ Crazy Easy Fall Inspired Crafts For Kids! Get creative with these adorable and super easy fall inspired crafts for kids!