Fall is here, and I see bright fall leaves everywhere, and they are great for crafting! If you have kids, you can create a lot of cool things using leaves together. Today I’m sharing a bunch of cute DIYs of fall leaves, your kids will be excited!
Here’s a brilliant and easy way to make potato stamps! There is nothing more fun than getting some paint out and doing vegetable painting in the fall. This simple method for creating potato stamp art will have your kids busy for hours. Potato stamping with various leaves and acorns will excite your kids.
This 3D paper autumn tree craft is a great idea for the fall, and you’ll need just a couple of supplies – some colored paper and a circle punch. The craft is easy, simple and your kids will have a great time creating it.
Watercolor leaves have an almost tie-dye look to them. They make a perfect canvas for fun doodles and zentangle designs. If you’re looking for some doodling ideas check out my post here that has lots of fun doodle designs. Follow the simple steps below and create your own beautiful watercolor leaf art that can be used for dream catchers, mobiles, wall hangings etc.
Fall leaf lacing is a fun beginning sewing project for kids. Learning to sew is an easy way to develop the fine motor muscles in the hand necessary for writing and more detailed hand work. Using sturdy fall leaves to practice sewing instead of lacing cards makes this homeschool activity idea both economical and eco-friendly. You can also try sewing on burlap for another fine motor activity.
This craft is not only super easy and requires practically no preparation or materials, but just about anybody can do it. There’s something very neat about spreading leaves on a table and trying to see a picture in their shapes. This is literally a craft the entire family can enjoy and be part of.
We love fall for the chance to paint leaves but if you live in a dry area like we do with very little foliage, it can be hard to come across nature’s canvas. Create your own fall leaves using watercolors! Read more below on how to make this pretty fall garland with your kids with some tips on strengthening their fine motor skills using squeeze bottle and hot glue resist.
With all the leaves outside just starting to fall to the ground, this was a great project to do with the kiddos! Because collecting leaves and then painting them is about the best thing ever. Grab a scarf, a pail to collect leaves and take a walk in the neighborhood with your kids!
Here’s a cool crafting project to make with your kids – it includes sewing and cute fall leaves. Stitch real fall leaves with colorful threads as you like, this activity will help your kids to develop fine motor skills.
Not an artist? Not a problem! You can achieve a gorgeous watercolor effect with only leaves or flowers, cardstock, a paper towel, and a hammer. Leaf printing looks great on stationary and cards, and larger prints can even be used as room decor! This is a project for older kids, since it involved a real-life hammer, but little ones do enjoy watching the magic as you peel the leaf back to reveal the print. At least, my little one sure does. The result is professional looking and elegant, but the process is simple!
Decorate your windows for the fall with cool and bright fall leaves. Here the author used paper leaves but of course you can take real ones, and let your kids attach them to the windows as they like – let them create a bold decoration!