12. DIY Fall Harvest Corn Mason Jar Craft (Thrifty Jinxy) – Okay, I probably wouldn’t recommend this as a fall crafts for kids project. The paint is bound to be messy. However this project is a frugal and fun way for Mom to unwind at the end of the day. I think these super cute Mason jars would make great centerpieces at Thanksgiving.
13. DIY Autumn Spice Potpourri Jars Craft (Thrifty Jinxy) – Autumn spice and everything nice, am I right? 🙂 This easy project will have your whole house smelling like fall. Choose a fall themed piece of fabric or colors that go with your current decor!
Tip: These DIY scented room sprays in 5 holiday fragrances may also come in handy during the fall and holiday season.
14. How to Make a Burlap Wreath With Accent Ribbon (Kennary) – This isn’t just an easy fall craft… you can actually make a burlap wreath for any time the year simply by choosing different colored accent ribbons.
15. Simple Fall Wreath DIY (My Homebased Life) – Want to give your door a fall worthy makeover? Turn to this simple (and inexpensive!) DIY wreath. Give this project a “fall kids crafts” stage by enlisting the little ones to help you find pine cones (assuming there are pine cones in the wild, so to speak, in your neck of the woods).
16. Scarecrow Wreath (Organized Island) – 20 minutes are all that stand between you and this easy fall craft project. Bonus: The creator of this project snagged everything she needed to make this autumn wreath at the dollar store so it’s budget friendly as well as quick and adorable.
Tip: Love this wreath but really need fall craft ideas for kids? Say no more! Here are 50 fall crafts for kids!
17. Halloween Boo Decor (Birkley Lane Interiors) – This DIY decor is so chic it’s spooky! Oh, and it’s also easy. Get creative here by spelling out other Halloween themed words. If you’re feeling extra brave, turn this into a kids fall craft by letting the kiddos help out with the painting.
18. DIY Fall Farmhouse Decor Craft (Birkley Lane Interiors) – Do wreaths seem just so totally last year? How about a super simple and inexpensive fall plaque instead? Feel free to show off your own personality by using different styles of letters and spelling out different words.
19. Rustic Pumpkin Tower Using Faux Pumpkins (AKA Design) – Some faux pumpkins and hot glue are all that you need to pull off this easy fall craft. Station these pumpkin towers near the front door to welcome guests, place them on end tables or the mantle, or make mini-towers to serve as centerpieces at your table.
Tip: This project is so quick you’ll have plenty of time left over to tackle easy fall crafts for preschoolers like these 25 Thanksgiving crafts for preschoolers.
20. Fancy Faux Pumpkins (AKA Design) – Looking for easy fall crafts that allow you to express your fancy-meets-funky style? You’ve come to the right place! All you need for this DIY fall project is some faux pumpkins, knobs, and hot glue (with hot glue gun). Keep this craft budget friendly by scoring those fancy knobs at the thrift store.
21. Embroidery Hoop Rag Wreath (AKA Design) – Want simple autumn crafts to make? Check out this project; it only calls for 3 materials and can be made with scraps of fabric you have on hand. Don’t have any scraps of fabric? Head to the thrift store where you can scoop up clothing to use for this project for just a few dollars (or less!).
22. Be Thankful Fall Hoop Art (AKA Design) – Some of the best easy fall crafts, like this “be thankful” art piece, also make heartfelt gift ideas. Consider using this idea as a “just because” gift for your closest friends or family members.
Tip: I think this gift idea would pair wonderful with this friendship bean soup Mason jar recipe.
23. Pumpkins Wood Sign (AKA Design) – Of all the easy fall crafts in this article, this one is probably the most difficult. However, don’t let that automatically deter you. If you’ve got a little crafting experience under your belt this pumpkin sign will be a great addition to your home.
24. Quick Mason Jar Lid Pumpkins (AKA Design) – Are you a fan of Mason jars? I hear ya! They’re great for everything from homemade gifts to bath and beauty products. Oh, and they’re also great for fall crafts! Up above I showed you a “harvest Mason jar” fall project and now there’s also a use for the lids. Use the lids to make metallic pumpkins to display around the house. This may be a suitable fall craft for kids that are a bit older.
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