Fun Fall Crafts

The dropping temperatures in, the burst of color on the trees and the warm and delicious autumn food - all have a way of making the fall season so wonderfully endearing. Fun fall crafts are a great way to celebrate the season, bring the beautiful fall colors indoors and keep your children happily occupied. Here are a few great fall crafts for you and your kids.

Fall Wreath:

Fall Craft - Wreath
Make Your Own Fall Decorations this Year

A fall wreath is a great way to spread enthusiasm about the upcoming season and welcome visitors to your home. Additionally, seasonal wreathes have a special way of setting the tone when guests gather in your home during the fall holidays.

What you will need:

  • Wreath form (wire, Styrofoam, wood, etc.)
  • Burlap
  • White felt
  • Fabric (autumn colors)
  • Hot glue gun


  1. Cut out strips of burlap and felt approximately 3.5 inches wide. Keep the length as long as possible.
  2. Cut out scallops from both the strips.
  3. Layer the felt and burlap strips and wrap them around the wreath form together, hot gluing as you go.
  4. Cut out strips of the fabric about 2 – 3 inches wide and 20 inches long.
  5. Make a knot at one end of the strip. Holding the knot in one hand, twist the fabric and wrap it around the knot with the other. Use hot glue to hold the fabric in place.
  6. Make as many flowers as you like. Decide on the number and color of the flowers based on how you want your wreath to look.
  7. Glue the flowers in place.

You have an adorable fall craft that is sure to delight all who see it!

Tissue Paper Tree:

Depending on where you live, trees have the ability to look glorious in autumn with their brilliantly colored leaves. Here’s a fun and simple fall tree craft that your kids can make on their own!

Fall Tree Craft
Fun Fall Tree Craft

What you will need:

  • Tissue paper in autumn colors
  • Brown paint
  • Straw
  • Glue
  • Paper


    Mix the brown paint with just enough water to make it runny.
  1. Let your kids blow paint a tree trunk and branches.
  2. Tear the tissue paper into small pieces and scrunch them up to get small tissue paper balls.
  3. Glue the tissue paper balls onto the branches of the tree. You can choose how full you want your tree to be. You can also glue some fallen leaves around the bottom of the tree.

There you have it – a simple and lovely fall tree craft!

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