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5 Family Fall Crafts

We love a good fall-inspired family craft, don't you? These crafts are easy to do with the materials around your home.

We welcome you to try one of these crafts at home & share with us how it went. Or join us for live crafts throughout November. You can find our schedule of free events below.

1. Leaf Masks from Babyccino - They are so easy to do and even come with their own little stick to hold them up. All you really need are some large autumn leaves and good felt tip pens. So why not get outside this weekend and take the kids on a forest leaf hunt.

2. Bug Hotel from Red Ted Art - Our easy bug hotel is probably as simple and as easy as it gets – there are many prettier and cleverer bug hotels out there, but sometimes, you just have to make do with what you have and also make it easy for the kids to join in.

3. Life-Sized Scarecrow Painting from Keep Toddlers Busy - Most of the materials you may already have in the house, you should be able to set this activity up nicely for some fun with the kids.

4. Fall Windsock Craft from I Heart Crafty Things - Celebrate the beautiful colors of the fall season with this simple fall windsock craft. Toddlers and preschoolers will love watching the red, yellow, and orange colors of the season caught in the wind after making their craft.

5. Easy Popsicle Stick Scarecrow by Simple Mom Project - This fall kids simple craft uses Elmer’s glue, a magnet, popsicle sticks, hot glue gun, and other supplies to create DiY popsicle fall scarecrow.

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Join us at Jones Point at 10:30am this November. All of these crafting events are free to local moms and kids.

Want to spend more time with us? Fill out this form to get your first class free!