Here's an adorable craft that your family can make together that would look amazing in your kid's room. Draw feathers (which are so trendy right now) on clear plastic sheets using gloss enamel paint. Once dry, hang from an embroidery hoop.
How-to via Make Your Mark
This simple craft is made from cut felt shapes glued onto a pinecone. Have your kids set up an autumn scene on the coffee table with these little cuties.
How-to via Lia Griffith
Another inexpensive craft that will keep your kids busy. Have your kids go on a leaf-finding mission in the backyard to pick up a bunch of fallen leaves. Then see who can paint the silliest face on them.
How-to via Tinker Lab
Feed the birds with tasty birdseed before they make their way down south for the winter. These fun-shaped feeders are made with gelatin and birdseed. Simply fill a cookie cutter with the mixture and let set overnight.The birds will tweet your kids praises.
How-to via Eighteen 25
This colorful and cheery craft is sure to add a whimsy element to any corner of your house. After picking up fallen leaves around the neighborhood, go inside and paint them in funky colors. After they dry, hang the leaves from a couple of sticks for a DIY mobile.
How-to via Hello Wonderful
These cute little owls are so much fun to make. Cut felt or paper to create feather shapes, then glue them onto found acorns. Your kids can play with them or use them as decoration around the home. These are owl-some!
How-to via B Kids
Do your kids love to play dress up? Have 'em make these oh-so-easy woodland animal masks out of craft foam, pipe cleaners and straws. You can add this craft to the kids' table for a family get-together.
How-to via Hoosier Homemade
While on a nature hike with your kids, collect an assortment of pretty autumn leaves. Sandwich the leaves in contact paper and place in an embroidery hoop to hang. This pretty project is just begging to be hung in the window or outside from a tree branch.
How-to via Buzz Mills
This owl craft project is great to use as a dining room center piece or as a gift for grandma. Using buttons and pipe cleaners, have your kids decorate little owls that then hang on a branch set in a vase. Isn't this craft a hoot?
How to via Frugal Fun 4 Boys
Who doesn't love glitter? Here's an inexpensive project that will add loads of sparkle to your home. Simply brush school glue onto artificial leaves and then sprinkle glitter all over them and hang with a ribbon. Absolutely gorgeous!
How-to via House of Jade Interiors
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