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18 Fantastic Fall Crafts for Kids!

Fall is a great time for craft projects. With all of the holidays in the fall, there is no shortage of fantastic ideas out there, especially for kids! Here are 18 craft ideas for kids to keep them busy and happy this fall.

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  • Leaf Prints 1 of 18
    Leaf Prints
    This looks like so much fun. Definitely frameable.
    See more here on Kleas.
  • Nutty Boats 2 of 18
    Nutty Boats
    Cute little nut shell boats with leaf sails. Perfect for a warmer fall day!
    See more here on Family Fun.
  • Leaf Mask 3 of 18
    Leaf Mask
    I want to make these for the whole family! So colorful and festive.
    See more here on 5 Orange Potatoes.
  • Pumpkin Bird Feeder 4 of 18
    Pumpkin Bird Feeder
    This is genius! A great way to make use of a pumpkin and the kids can check out all the birds that come visit.
    See more here on Martha Stewart.
  • Thumbprint Cards 5 of 18
    Thumbprint Cards
    Add a personal touch to your Thanksgiving with these fingerprint cards. Keeps the kids busy!
    See more here on Silly Eagle Books.
  • Foliage Friends 6 of 18
    Foliage Friends
    So cute! These would make awesome dry erase board additions.
    See more here on Family Fun.
  • Handprint Spiders 7 of 18
    Handprint Spiders
    Sure the spider has 10 legs instead of 8, but I think we can overlook that for the sheer cuteness.
    See more here The Mother Huddle.
  • Decorated Pencils 8 of 18
    Decorated Pencils
    School is in session so let them decorate their own pencils. They'll love you for it!
    See them here on Martha Stewart.
  • Leaf Alphabet 9 of 18
    Leaf Alphabet
    I am in love with this idea! I can't wait to try it.
    See how here on Martha Stewart.
  • Pumpkin Seed Mosaic 10 of 18
    Pumpkin Seed Mosaic
    A great way to use your pumpkin seeds if you don't like to eat them.
    See more here on Family Fun.
  • Apple Prints 11 of 18
    Apple Prints
    Adorable apple prints look great on totes, shirts, and paper for faming!
    See more here from Seattle Times.
  • Thanksgiving Finger Puppets 12 of 18
    Thanksgiving Finger Puppets
    Your kids will love these at turkey dinner. So cute!
    Make them here for $40 at Piperlime
  • Harvest Board Game 13 of 18
    Harvest Board Game
    Help the kiddos make a little game board of harvest items. Very fall.
    See how here on All Kids Network.
  • Magnetic Jack-O-Lantern 14 of 18
    Magnetic Jack-O-Lantern
    This is a great activity for your little one to work on while you're in the kitchen.
    See more here on Family Fun.
  • Leaf Mosaic 15 of 18
    Leaf Mosaic
    Pretty mosaics for your windows. You can use fall colors or go crazy with brighter hues.
    See more here at All Kids Network.
  • Technicolor Acorns 16 of 18
    Technicolor Acorns
    Using acorn tops, you can make your own colorful acorns to have around the house this fall.
    See how here on Family Fun.
  • Tissue Paper Apples 17 of 18
    Tissue Paper Apples
    So clever. I love the apple seeds in the core.
    See more here on Kiboomu Kids Crafts.
  • Toilet Roll Indian Corn 18 of 18
    Toilet Roll Indian Corn
    A great way to re-use your toilet paper rolls! It's simple enough even small children could participate.
    See more here on Family Fun.

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Read more of my babble posts right here.

Find my daily ideas for stylish and crafty living at my blog Say Yes to Hoboken.

Other posts of mine you may have missed:

10 Gorgeous Fall Bags

15 Amazing DIY Shoe Makeovers

Favorite Fall Frames for the Family

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