September brought a flurry of new fall craft projects and some last minute back to school crafts as well. Crafts for little ones sure get a lot of mileage around here, and you’ll see that displayed in this month’s top 5 ideas. Our most popular craft projects for the month of September were:
These cute coffee filter sunflowers from FamilyCorner.com are super easy for the young set, and create an impressive display. Great for toddlers too with some help from a grown up. These flowers were our most popular project for the month.
Coming in at #2 were these fabulous glow stick lantern jars. Perfect for Halloween or pretty much any time, these pretty light up jars come from Lil’ Blue Boo and are made with dollar store glow sticks and glass jars.
Our third most popular project in September was this pretty, fall leaf candle jar. A great way to light up your Thanksgiving table or just a fun project for fall, these pretty luminaries hail from Gingerbread Snowflakes.
Number 4 last month was this vibrant melted crayon canvas. You can get the full instructions from Shortie’s Funny Farm and make one of these with your kids.
And rounding out the collection at #5 was this amazing jellyfish in a bottle project. Bhoomplay will show you how to turn a plastic bottle and a recycled grocery bag into hours of fun for your kids.
Thanks to all the great crafters out there for your amazing projects!
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