20 Fall Craft Ideas

by Heather

Fall Craft IdeasLet me start off by admitting that I am not the craftiest mommy in the world. In fact, the crafts that you are about to see, I didn’t create any of them! BUT, I really like crafts. I want to be a crafty mommy. I would love to be THE crafty mom, the one that all of the other school mom’s talk about, because it would be cool to have that gift. Alas, I am not.

That being said, I try not to look at myself as a lost cause. There are times during the year when I spend every free moment on Pinterest trying to come up with something awesome to share with my little one. I head to the craft store, come home with a project in mind, and I get to be crafty; at least for a day. I will continue to strive to up my game but until then … I will take all of the assistance that I can get.

For today, we will take the legwork out of crafting. Here are 20 Fall Craft Ideas to share with your family, courtesy of some amazing bloggers!

  1. 3 Fall Stamping Crafts with Pool Noodles
  2. Make a Stuff the Turkey Game
  3. Suncatching Fall Leaf Turkey Craft
  4. Recycled Container Scare Cat
  5. Mosaic Paper Acorn
  6. Button Pumpkins
  7. Corn Painting Fall Activity For Kids
  8. Easy Paper Bag Turkey Craft
  9. Paint Chip Turkey Craft with Paper Roll for Thanksgiving
  10. Fall Leaf Crafts for Kids
  11. DIY Window Clings
  12. Drawing with Nature
  13. DIY Mosaic Fall Vase
  14. Frosty fall pumpkin craft
  15. Kids Fall Thumbprint Leaves Craft
  17. Easy Pumpkin Craft Idea using Paint Chips
  18. Wooden Stick Scarecrow
  19. Quick And Easy Halloween Party Favors For The Kids
  20. Make Acorn Handprint Kitchen Towels

Which craft is your favorite?

Leave us a comment letting us know while we work on finding some more fun to share!


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molli vandehey October 23, 2015 - 10:22 am
i need posts like this, i am NOT crafty AT ALL!!!!
Heather Pfingsten October 23, 2015 - 11:06 am
I hope it helps!!
lisa October 23, 2015 - 11:51 am
I wish I were able to be creative and make things for the house. I'd probably end up gluing my fingers together or something like that.
Shannon October 23, 2015 - 7:01 pm
I am loving the scare cats, they are just too adorable for words. Thank you for sharing...
elinor semira October 24, 2015 - 10:03 am
the Wooden Stick Scarecrow because it's easy for my six-year-old daughter.
Lauryn R October 24, 2015 - 2:41 pm
These crafts look like so much fun! I am really excited this year because my oldest is finally old enough to do crafts with! I bookmarked this post and plan on doing some with her!

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