Can I officially do my Autumn dance yet? I’m no fan of the colder weather but I love the excuse for big cardigans, wrapping up warm and watching the leaves change colour. One of our favourite things to do as a family in autumn is to go to a local fruit farm and pick apples. I like to use this as an excuse to do some crafting with my children afterwards so I thought I’d put together this little round up of some of my favourite apple crafts for kids, I hope you like them too!
I love the way that lacing is used with these stuffed paper apples from Buddy and Buggy.
These apple suncatchers from In The Playroom are so pretty!
These torn paper apples are great for all ages to make, plus check out the post to see how adding a face makes them super cute!
Puffy paint is really easy to make and looks great on this puffy paint apple craft from I Heart Crafty Things.
Crafty Morning’s toilet roll apples are fantastic!
I love this apple print wreath from No Time for Flashcards.
This pom pom apple tree is a great way for kids to work on their fine motor skills too.
Your kids will love raiding the recycling to make these cerial box apples.
These yarn apples from Hands On As We Grow would make great autumnal decorations.
This apple wall hanging looks fabulous!
Isn’t this cupcake liner apple tree cute!
I know my son would adore this fun wormy apple craft from Danya Banya.
These pinecone apples are a great craft for kids to use up their tresures found outdoors!
I love how sandpaper is used in this fun apple tree craft.
There’s a slight washi addiction going on in our house so this washi tape apple from The Resourceful Mama would be perfect for us.
This apple shaker would be great for harvest festivals.
For something a little different how about this apple pie busy bag from Study at Home Mama?
How about an apple craft for kids using a loofah?!
Printing using apples is a classic craft that kids love!
We love a bit of crafty recycling so these recycled apples from No Time For Flashcards are perfect for us.
Got coffee filters? Make sure you try out this craft from The Gift of Curiosity.