Wednesday, 25 October 2017

My favourite easy-to-make autumn craft projects




With autumn well and truly here I thought I'd pop all my favourite autumn crafts I've made from the past into one post for you! These crafts range from super quick and easy to those that are slightly more time consuming. These craft projects are ideal for kids so I've also rated each craft for you from easy to difficult. Happy Autumn all! 

Rustic twig candle holder

Difficulty rating: Easy peasy
Note: Suitable for children but supervision advised. Lots of fun to be had foraging in the outdoors for the twigs. Glue gun is ideal for this project though not a deal breaker. 



Pressed wild flowers in frames

Difficulty rating: Very easy  
Note: Suitable for children. A lovely simple craft for any time of year. Would make lovely cards / gifts too. 



Autumn leaf candle lanterns

Difficulty rating: Very easy  
Note: Suitable for children but supervision advised. Again, much fun to be had foraging for the leaves!



Difficulty rating: Very easy  
Note: Suitable for children. This project is so simple and affective, and makes a lovely autumnal decoration.



Sparkly pastel autumn pumpkins

Difficulty rating: Easy to moderate  
Note: Suitable for children but supervision advised. This is a lovely fun project but it can get messy as paint is involved - hence adult supervision!



Fairy light tree decoration

Difficulty rating: Easy to moderate
Note: Suitable for children but supervision advised. This makes a beautiful centrepiece that can be adapted for easter, Christmas, autumn & weddings!



Dried autumn flowers heart wreath

Difficulty rating: Easy 
Note: Suitable for children but supervision advised as glue gun necessary!



Pressed leaves and flower lamp tutorial

Difficulty rating: Moderate 
Note: Slightly more technical, certain stages are suitable for children. This is a slightly more complex project but it is so worth it. A great one for getting the kids involved in the leaf / petal picking stage!



JM x


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