Make the most of out the glorious season that is Autumn with our fab low-cost or no cost Autumn Activities for kids and families. Do you love Autumn? We are lucky in the UK to have four distinct seasons and I adore how different each one is. Autumn really is a season of wonder and change with beautiful crisp leaves and fabulous sunsets. I love it when the activities are low-cost and no-cost and we have something seasonal for all the family with our fab graphic for our 50 Autumn Activities for Kids there is fall fun for all the family.
This Fall/Autumn Activities, Crafts and Food Roundup is a showcase for all my favourite Autumn things to do with kids and as a family. One of the things I love best about where I live is the distinct change in seasons and being able to celebrate what those seasons bring and mean. Autumn here is a riot of colours, smells and feelings. Woodsmoke from fires and bonfires leaves as beautiful as flowers and crisp apples ripe for cooking and eating.
I have asked my friend Mel from Sugar Bowl Crafts to share with us how to make her easy DIY fabric pumpkins. Seasonal decorating is becoming more and more popular in the UK and this simple craft activity of stuffed fabric pumpkins is a fun Autumn craft. What I love about this is that you can adapt the colours to coordinate with your home and they are super simple and fun to make.
Create a memorable and fun Autumn/Fall with your children using our free autumn/fall bucket list for families. Our bucket lists printables are always so popular that we created an Autym/fall one with low costs simple activities for you and also a blank one for your family to create your personalised bucket list.
We love fireworks here in the Mad House and there is something about the beautiful colour and bangs that really appeals to me and the boys and also inspires is to have fun and explore our creative side with firework art. So I have gathered together best Bonfire Night and Firework Craft Ideas to help inspire you and your children.
This paper leaf garland is easy peasy to make, so much so that it is almost embarrassing to do a tutorial for it! I love making simple seasonal decorations and this Simple Paper Leaf Garland is the perfect companion to our paper leaf wreath which was hung on my front door and I used the same free printable leaves templates and paper. It really does make a super fall garland for the mantel (or should that be mantle?) with the oranges, reds and mustard coloured leaves.
Ghosts in a Jar Halloween Craft is a paid collaborative post with Bostik. Fancy catching some ghosts for your Halloween decoration, well we have you covered and these are really special ghost catching jars that stop them dematerialising. Yes, ghosts can go through walls, but these jars are magical and keep them captured and out of mischief!
How to Make a Simple Autumn Wreath is a collaborative post with Bosik. I love decorating for the season and Autumn is no exception. I also love the fact that decorating seasonally is getting more and more popular here in the UK. A wreath is one of the simplest ways to transform your home. At various points throughout the year, a well-designed seasonal wreath adds personality to your front door, mantel or window.