While school is still fresh on the brains for many of us, it’s time to start turning our attentions to get ready for the next season – fall! The autumnal equinox begins on Thursday, Sept. 22 and ends on Dec. 20, right before the end-of-year holiday season. What comes to mind when you think of fall for your family? If you’re in need of some crafty autumn inspiration, take a look at this week’s roundup for a few ideas to get you started.
Put the bounties of the fall season to work for your craft projects! The Mad House shows you how to transform fallen pinecones into adorable hedgehogs.
Have a hairdo of leafs WOULD be pretty silly! Glued to My Crafts takes a stack of fake floral leafs and turns them into a funny DIY.
If you really love autumn, show it off! The Nurture Store offers up this charming autumn-friendly project for your child to make today.
Scarecrows are one of the most recognizable symbols associated with autumn. Have your child make their very own by way of this how to from Meaningful Mama.
Enjoy a quiet afternoon capturing nature’s finest. Minne Mama shows how to take leafs found at home and turn them into painting inspiration.
Live Craft Eat not only has a few great leaf DIY projects for you to share with your child, she also offers a handy leaf shape printable. Keep this post bookmarked for whenever leaf templates are required for an idea.
This project from The Benson Street includes craft supplies found in your craft closet and supplies found in your backyard! Make a set to display at your house or to give to a family member.
Pumpkins aren’t just for October! Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas transforms plain pasta into glittery craft supplies to make this pumpkin craft.