One of the major things to do during the Fall is going to a pumpkin patch and carving pumpkins. If you are looking for something different or in addition to that this Fall at home, I have five fun crafts that me and my kids have already tested for you that are sure to bring some fun to your family.
Some of these crafts are easier and mess free and others might make a little more of a mess, so pick and choose or do them all. I am sure that your kids will create some great memories.
Lego painted pumpkins, who knew that Legos could be used for painting pumpkins? My kids loved this and I’m sure your kids will too. This is a fairly mess free craft and even my one year could do it by himself but got a little bit messier than my five you did. Try it with your kids this week and let me know what you think.
Last year my son attended a mom’s day out program and his teacher made lego painted corn with him and it was so cute. I decided I like it so much that I wanted to make it with all of my kids and share it with you as well. These made a great decoration for Thanksgiving last year. Try it out!
Marble painting was one of my kid’s favorite crafts. I’m pretty sure they would marble painted every paper I had in the house if I would have let them. This craft requires just a few supplies and those supplies can be used over and over again for other marble painting crafts. Check out how easy this is and how fun it is too.
A thumbprint “thumb”kin patch would be a great Grandparents gift for the Fall. A thumbprint craft is fun and easy and clean up can be done with just a wipe or a wash cloth. Hope you will try this cute easy craft with your kids.
Everyone has paper plates in their house so why not use one to make a pumpkin craft with your kids and create some great memories. My daughter made one of these at a program that she attended once and I changed it a little and added a personal touch so check it out.
As a reminder, don’t forget to date these amazing creations that you make with your children, so you can always look back and remember how old they were when you made them together.
So, there you have it, five kid tested fall crafts to try with your kids. Me and my kids have created so many memories testing out these crafts and I hope you and your kids are going to create some awesome memories too and get some great keepsakes out of it. I would love to see some of the crafts you make with your kids so please connect with me in the comments below.
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Until next time, keep creating memories with your kids!