Fall is my favorite time of the year. I love being outside and feeling the coolness of the air. Not only do I love the weather, I also love the decorating. There are so many different crafts you can do during the fall. Whether you’re using an old toilet paper roll or melting crayons, everything always turns out adorable! These Pumpkin Crafts are great for you and your children to do together. Not only do they look cool, but they are fun to make and I think that’s what it’s really all about!
17 Pumpkin Crafts
A good front porch idea is to make Mason Jar Pumpkins. They are so crafty, fun and they turn out very cute.
A cute craft for the kids to make is Sock Pumpkins. After they create their craft, you can place them all over your house for a cute decoration.
Here is an idea. Using pasta wheels, paint and glitter, let your child make some Colored Glittered Pasta Pumpkins. They can then turn it into a big pumpkin by gluing them all together. Who doesn’t love some sparkle?
Pumpkin Mummies are so cute and super easy. All it takes is some eye balls and some toilet paper, and you have such a cute pumpkin.
A Fall project for your little one to do is make a Pumpkin Sun catcher. They make for great door decor.
A good Fall keepsake is to create Hand print Pumpkins. These are always cute to save and see how much they grow each year!
Okay, this is adorable. Create a Toilet Paper Roll Stamp Pumpkin, by shaping the end of the toilet paper roll like a pumpkin. It is a great craft and super fun.
If you are looking to make a new decorated pumpkin that is a different style from your regular one, make a Melted Crayon Pumpkin. All you do is melt your crayons onto the pumpkin and it turns out so pretty.
A Thumbprint Pumpkin patch is a great activity for the kiddos again. They can create their own patch of pumpkins and it will look so cute.
Let your child create Stained Glass Pumpkin window decor. They are super easy to make.
Let your child cut out a slice, decorate it, and cover it with pumpkin spice to create their own Scented Pumpkin Pie.
Create Popsicle Stick Pumpkin Magnets to go on the fridge. They make for a good craft and super cute decor.
A creative idea is to let your child use yarn and create Yarn Art. Using glue and a few other supplies, it turns out to be such a cute project.
Another cute idea for the kids is to let them create Kool-Aid Pumpkins. By already having a printed out picture of a pumpkin, you’re half way there. You mix together a few different colors of the kool aid, and the kids basically paint with it.
Which pumpkin project will you be trying first?