Try Out These Family Fun Fall Crafts

Closeup of front door and decorative autumn wreath

Don’t you love the fact that fall is now in full swing? The leaves are dropping from the trees, and taking a walk outside when there’s a crisp breeze feels fantastic. But when it gets colder, you may plan on spending less time outdoors. And if you have kids, then you may want to have some activities in mind for when they get bored. If you’re looking for something everyone can do as a family, check out these fun family fall crafts. These creative ideas will get you into the spirit of this time of year, and you’re going to have a great time making crafts with your kids. Here are some fun ideas!

Plaid Fall Wreath

If you want to make something beautiful for your home and perfect for fall, you have to put together this plaid fall wreath. It’s a lot easier than it looks. You need some plaid-patterned paper, some scissors, and a lot of creativity. You can get your little ones to help with the stenciling and cutting, and it will all come together in no time at all.

Corn Husk Garland

You may have to visit your local farm to get the supplies for this one, but why not try making a corn husk garland? If you have some corn husks lying around, this can cause an entryway to look incredible for the fall. This is a straightforward project, and it’s something that you and your family can throw together in no time at all. Plus, you’ll love it even more knowing that you all made it together.

Book Leaves Wreath

Calling all book lovers! Yes, this does involve you cutting up a book, and we apologize for that. You’re going to love the way this wreath looks when you’re done. Instead of using regular paper, cut the paper out of books. That way, the “leaves” you make will be covered in letters. Add a bit of metallic to make them stand out, and you’re going to have a fall masterpiece that you can put up every year.

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Pumpkin Sign

This project is for whoever in the family has the best handwriting. Make a sign from an extra pumpkin you have lying around. It could say anything, from your family’s last name to “Welcome” to “Boo!” No matter what it says, it’s an easy craft that can turn out cute.

Be sure to try these fun fall craft ideas with your family soon!