Autumn Crafts

Find art lessons and craft activities for Autumn and fall including: Back to School, Thanksgiving and Halloween. Plus, even more activities for SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER and NOVEMBER special days.

Gentleman Ghost

This adorable and inviting ghost can be made in less than an hour. Simple items from around your house and a few inexpensive craft supplies and you’ll be on your way to making this dapper ghoul.

Ghoulish Stick Figures

Made from simple items such as ice cream sticks and tempera paint, these adorable monsters are sure to be a hit with your kids.

Glitter Pumpkin CD Craft

Don’t throw away those old scratched CDs and DVDs, instead make these shiny glitter pumpkins for Halloween!

Glue On Pumpkin Faces

For little ones who want to make Jack-O-Lanterns without the carving, we have cut-outs for pasting on the pumpkin.

Gruesome Costumes

Many kids, particularly older ones, want to dress up in scary or gruesome costumes. These are fun to create and leave plenty of room for error.

Halloween Cake

You don’t have to be a master chef to create a fun and festive Halloween cake that your kids will love. Try this easy recipe for success!

Hand Print Cat

Kids can use their hand prints to make cute cats for Halloween. Perfect for Kindergarten students.

Homemade Face Paint

Face paint is inexpensive when you make it yourself, and it’s safer than a mask that can obscure vision. Try these ghoulish recipes yourself!

Juice Box Jack-O-Lanterns

Don’t throw away those empty juice boxes! Save several of them to make cute Jack O’Lanterns for Halloween. This would be a fun Halloween party project.

Milk Jug Jack-O-Lantern

This Jack-O-Lantern is easy for your kids to create (with a little help from you) and it is safe for your kids to carry around (no fire hazards).

Painted Halloween Rocks

Gather some rocks and paint to create ghosts, spiders, jack-o-lanterns and more for Halloween.

Paper Bag Trees

A step by step lesson plan which shows you how to make trees out of paper bags.

Paper Box Frankenstein’s Monsters

I love the idea of breathing new life into old items, which is why I think these little green monsters made of soap and raisin boxes are so fantastic.

Paper Cup Mummy Craft

These little mummy cups are so sweet and while I wouldn’t recommend drinking out of them, they would make ideal containers for candies, pencils or glow sticks.