Paper Pumpkin Crafts for Kids

Try paper-only day at home with your children and create one of these four projects!

During autumn crafting sessions this year, switch up your child’s daily DIY routine by focusing on a particular supply or medium one at a time. Felt, fabric, etc. First up? Why not spend a few hours enjoying paper crafting the most well-known autumn icon – a pumpkin? This week’s roundup offers up ideas that are paper based. You could even make these at a pumpkin-themed party! Once you try a paper-only day, what will your child want to try next?

Easiest Paper Plate Pumpkin

The Simple Parent is spot on – this really is the easiest paper plate craft! Visit her post to see how your child can transform a plain plate into a new pumpkin pal.

It’s Time for Pumpkins

These pumpkins are extra silly! Check out Krokotak to see how you can turn a whole gang of goofy pumpkins into a spirited strand of fall garland.

Paper Plate Pumpkin Faces

Speaking of paper plates, take a cue from Craftulate and offer your child a DIY face-making session. Pieces of black foam against a bright orange plate are the perfect canvas for decorating.

Easy Tissue Paper Pumpkin Favors

Here’s a paper project with a treat inside. One Little Project at a Time created this “sweet” DIY that you and your child can make together for the autumn season.


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