Today is the first day of autumn, which is totally reason enough to celebrate, but in case you need more reasons here are some festive fall crafts you and the kids can do together.
No, she’s gotta post the sweetest ever tiny felt pumpkin and itty bitty lil’ tea set… both of which, of course your toadstool people will need – I mean are we civilized or are we civilized? Frankly, I’m drowning to death in the cuteness. If I fail to ever post again, you’ll know what killed me. Also see these close second runner up acorn folks.
Although the toadstool goodies were hands down my favorite craft projects of the year, there’s lots of other autumn goodness out there too, such as…
A hoot-worthy paper bag owl with leaves for feathers.
I LOVE the acorn people at the top of this post, but one of my other favorite crafts of the season so far is this amazing pumpkin specimen art by My Blessed Life shown above. Seriously, it’s so pretty. You could do this with trees or little apples and it’d be SO cute in a playroom.
Really cute and classic little paper pumpkins.
Cornhusk Leaves you can use for all sorts of crafts from bowls to wreaths.