What is it about Fall? The dazzling colors of the changing leaves? Or the wonderful smell of crisp air? Whatever it is, you’re going to love welcoming Autumn with my collection of Autumn and Fall Crafts and Activities for the entire family!
Welcome to the colorful world of Fall Leaf Confetti! In this delightful activity, your child will embark on a journey of creativity and fine motor skill development as they transform fallen leaves into their very own confetti.
What is it about fall leaves that folks just can’t resist? This Fine Motor Fall Sensory Bin is going to be a hit with your little one. And because it uses silk leaves, you can use this bin again and again or turn them into an art project!
What better way to enjoy a sunny fall day than to explore a Fall Farm Sensory Bin outdoors! What particularly makes this sensory bin fun to explore is it feels like a farm setting. Create a farm play land and let the kiddos go.
Have you ever felt the forest floor after a heavy rain? This Forest Floor Fall Sensory Activity lets little hands feel the slippery surface of leaves, sticks and pinecones after a heavy rain washes dirt and other debris to create a slimy forest environment under the tree-tops.
Think about your favorite smells, sights and sounds about the fall. Do you yearn for the crunch of dried leaves under your feet? Turn those Senses into 10+ adorable Fall Sensory Bins for your little ones.
Here’s another beautiful Fall or Halloween decoration, if you can bear to sacrifice this candy because once you make this DIY Candy Corn Wreath, you can’t eat it. Ha!
When fall arrives, there are TWO things I can’t wait to start wearing again. One is hats. And the other is scarves. I thought I’d share my finds of 20 affordable Fall Scarves all under $20 after shipping.
Every fall the most incredible pumpkin designs arrive in my PINTEREST feed. And this year is no different. Get inspired with 15 DIY Pumpkins to get your inspired and decorating.
One of our favorite weekend lunches and weeknight meals is hearty tomato soup with a serious grilled cheese. Try my Slow Cooker Tomato Soup Recipe. You’re going to love it.
Whether you’re hosting a fall gathering, making a treat for the kids or want to add a little something to a happy Halloween party, Flower Candy Corn Cupcakes will be a sweet addition.
Candy corn can be used in a variety of ways to decorate a cake! Why not go all in with this attractive Candy Corn Cake design?
You can easily create the perfect mix of savory and sweet with some Candy Corn Snack Mix. While there are a number of recipes out there to create your own salty snack mixes from scratch, we’re using a little rice cracker mix and a nut mix here.
Ever crave a Starbucks Chai Tea Latte but not the price? Now you can make your own from scratch with this Starbucks Chai Tea Latte Recipe in the comforts of your own kitchen! And at a fraction of the cost.
Sometimes it’s not just about the candy corn…. but how you serve it. Make these Candy Corn Cones for your next party or gathering… they are going to be a hit!
You’re going to devour this easy-to-make recipe for Candy Corn Popcorn Balls. Easy for little hands to grab and will fill up big appetites.
If you’re to up your game for the next Halloween party, you’ve got to make this Candy Corn Vodka! People will flip at the creativity and love the candy corn twist.
This is based on a Pilsbury favorite recipe, but you can top the pizza however you’d like. This Candy Corn Pizza Cookie is a fun desert to make with the kids — and it will disappear quickly!