As fall approaches and the summer heat is cooling off, there is no better place to be than outdoors. We love kids’ crafts, especially ones that incorporate natural elements and a child’s imagination. Here’s a round-up of 9 inspiring, eco-friendly nature crafts for kids. Keep reading to see them all…
WALNUT SHELL BOATS
We LOVE these little boats. Made from simple materials like walnut shells and craft paper.
See more at Alessia Scrap & Craft.
These adorable owls are made from cardboard tubes. You can use paper towel rolls or toilet paper rolls. Recycling at its cutest.
Read more at Natural Kid Steam.
These painted rocks are instantly transformed into mushrooms. These would be a perfect craft for a woodland-themed party.
Get the how-to at Parents.com
Driftwood painted in stripes. I love the idea of a bunch of these as a centerpiece.
Inspiration via Maize Hutton.
NATIVE CORN JEWELRY
These necklaces are so whimsical and would make for a fun fall project.
See the tutorial at Garden Mama.
Your little ones can adorn themselves with these straight-from-the-earth jewels.
See the tutorial at 5 Orange Potatoes.
Create a zen moment with these rock photo holders. These would make a great addition to the office.
See more at Garden Mama.
If you’re taking a late beach trip, toss this idea in the mix. You can create your own cottage in the sand!
See more at Acorn Pies.
BAMBOO WIND CHIMES
Make your own wind chimes to enjoy this fall. I love the beautiful paintings done on these.
See the full DIY at Apartment Therapy.