Oreo Cookies transformed into Halloween mummies when they are dipped in candy melts and decorated–so fun, simple and yummy!
These super simple Halloween vampire bats are made with painted paper plates and are perfect for a child’s craft.
These sweet little owls are fun to make a great project for fall!
Collect the acorns during fall to make this fun project for Hanukkah!
Yum! Make cups from real apples, a great afternoon fall snack!
Burlap and fabric paint make up these wonderful fall place mats your child will love!
Kids will love learning this fun nature technique of using the natural color from flowers to create art.
Use a plain cardboard tube and some pumpkin seeds to make these adorable owl.
The colors and dimensions in this mobile are so fun and they just scream fall!
This first grade class used colored pencils and paint to create beautiful autumn leaf prints.
Make these sweet treats from marshmallows and colored sugar!
Check out this fun way to finger paint without the mess that comes along with it.
A paper bag base and tissue paper leaves is all it takes to make this pretty fall wreath.
Pretty colored felt and some pretty yarn will make this lovely leaf garland that your kids will love!
Halloween wouldn’t be complete without some spooky ghosts hanging from the ceiling!
This fun skeleton project uses dry pasta noodles as bones! A fun project for Halloween.
Roll up pieces of paper to create this fun pumpkin ornament.
Use carrot to stamp these pumpkin gift bags! Perfect for fall.
These gorgeous leaves are such a fun craft for kids! Make a bunch of these to decorate your home.
Make this pumpkin mask from paper plates. Hold up to child’s face for fun autumn photos!
The wings from these cardboard tube bats are made from recycled paper bags! An adorable Halloween project.
A recycled cereal box makes the perfect little theater for a shadow puppet show!
Having a Halloween party? You won’t want to pass up this adorably creepy Halloween craft!
Head outside to collect some pine cones to make this fun fall craft with your kids.
Create this glowing skull with papier mache and a balloon to light up your Halloween!
You remember paper mache! Make pretty leaves from this classic medium.
These festive apples make a pretty garland to hang in your window!
You can collect some serious Halloween candy using a pillowcase! make sure to dress your case up too.
These sweet fairies are all dressed up for fall. Pull out the wooden clothespins and acorns to make these pretties.
This cute project looks like trees losing their leaves!