When one of my tiny granddaughters comes to spend the night, I like to have some sort of crafty thing for them to do.
Here are a few fall kids craft ideas using paint, craft paper and their tiny hand prints…
They are really self explanatory so I won’t bore you.
Ellie loves to do anything with paints…
She says she can’t decide if she wants to be a baker or an artist when she grows up 🙂 I tell her to do both!
Here’s her little night-owl picture...(great idea from: Rips in my Jeans blog)
And in this one she’s used her tiny fingerprints to make fall leaves…(couldn’t find source for this one)
I did this little owl craft with all of the girls. (ages 1 yr. to 3 1/2) You cut out the shapes and help them glue them on, then paint their palms and press them where wings would be…I did 2 each of these so they could take one home with them! (Source: Meet the Dubiens)
I like to display their art by hanging it on a ‘close-line’ of ribbon or a bunting in their room…
Another Fall Kids Craft-Hoo Loves You? Pinecone Owls! .HERE
If you want to get some really great ideas from some really creative moms check out my Pinterest board: All Things Crafts for Kids!
Have a creative day my friends!