These yarn pumpkins are such a gorgeous little fall craft project - great for a table centerpiece or even a fall mantle. They're beautiful on their own, or in a group! Have you seen that fabulous pin going around Pinterest showing the multi coloured yarn balls? Seriously, take a look at how GORGEOUS these yarn balls are. So I thought, what a fun twist to turn those little balls into pumpkins! And you know what? They ended up looking awesome! This post contains affiliate links. If you use these links to buy something we may earn a small commission which helps us
Learn how to make this easy paper plate monster craft for preschool! It's a non spooky way to celebrate Halloween with young children. Download the FREE template and make it this October!
This flapping bat craft is SO COOL and it's really easy to make! The perfect craft for fall and Halloween, this simple paper bat flaps its wings with the help of plastic drinking straws. It's such a fun STEM activity! Flying Bat Craft We had so much fun making our flapping butterfly craft this summer, we knew we had to try it with bats! And we're so glad we did because this flapping bat craft is so much fun! It's a fun craft for Halloween, or really for any time of year. You can easily use these bats as a
These Halloween paper garland cutouts are SO FUN to make and they're surprisingly simple! If you have some coloured construction paper, a pair of scissors and some tape, you're ready to rock! Fold the paper, cut out your favourite shapes, then watch the magic as you open them back up again to see your garland of connected shapes. Seriously, every single time I was amazed by how cool and fun they looked! Coloured construction paper is something we have plenty of, and it's SUPER easy to work with! You can find everything you need to make these paper garlands at
Make this creative haunted house handprint craft with your kids this Halloween complete with picket fence, coffin-shaped door, and bats flying out the windows.
When my oldest daughter was a toddler, we went on a nature walk to hunt down some amazing fall leaves on Thanksgiving day. (Remember, Thanksgiving is in October here in Canada). We found tons of brightly coloured leaves, but I didn't know what to do with them. I ended up drawing little happy faces with names under them with a sharpie, and then we set them out on the Thanksgiving table as place cards. And even though they weren't fancy, they were so adorable! Grandpa's leaf had a smiley face with a beard. Grandma's leaf had glasses and curly hair.