Hello, fall! Oh, those brightly colored falling leaves. And the twigs. And so much more! Loving the change of scenery and season? Capture your fall love with your kids by creating these easy, fabulous fun crafts. Your kids will think you're the ”awesomest” when you start making wands, leafy bracelets and wall hangings with them. Ready?
This fun tote bag is perfect for trick-or-treating, lugging library books around or whatever you want. Be sure to use freshly fallen leaves that are still pliable — otherwise they might just crumble while imprinting the leaves on the tote!
Fall's here! Have your kids get creative with this fun DIY fall puzzle that your kids can put together and take apart whenever they want.
Fab fall bracelets
Your little ones can be the goddess of fall with leafy fall bracelets on their wrists. Gently poke pipe cleaner through leaves, beginning with one a little off center, pulling about 1-1/2 inches of pipe cleaner through. Fold the pipe cleaner over and gently poke through the leaf. Twist gently to secure, leaving the looped end slightly out. Continue with additional leaves, securing the end by threading through the looped end of the pipe cleaner and twirling to secure.
Fall tree wall art
Have your kids get creative with this fun wall art that you can hang up wherever you want. Start with a festive colored sheet of construction paper and the prettiest leaves you can find. Arrange the fall leaves and twigs on the paper in desired tree-like pattern. Don't be afraid to overlap and get creative. Use white school glue to glue down the leaves and twigs. Let dry completely. Then, hang as desired for some festive fall wall art.
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