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Paper Craft for Halloween - Halloween Cat, Pumpkin and Ghost Paper Figures

Halloween Paper Decorations

Decorate an interesting branch with paper cats, ghosts and jack-o-lanterns.

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Fall Craft for Kids - Easy to Make Bookmarker with Sunflowers

Sunflower Bookmark

Crafting gifts with kids encourages them to be a little creative and they will enjoy the compliments for the treasures that were made from the heart.

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Champagne Cork Crow

Cork Crow

He may not scare any of the crows off but he sure looks cute with his messy hair-do. This project requires a minimal amount of materials and is finished quickly once the paint dries.

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Paper Kite Decoration for the Fall

Fall Paper Kite Decoration

Fall winds are perfect for kids to go out and fly their kites! So many colors and designs fill the sky and it is lots of fun watching the kites soar. But when the weather is rainy and kids are forced to stay indoors, they can spend the time creating this kite instead to decorate their windows or doors.

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Halloween Craft - Wine Cork Witch

Wine Cork Witch

This witch is not interesting in scaring the children at Halloween but would rather have a nice spot on a shelf. Kids will have fun making her out of wine cork and other basic craft materials. This project needs a little bit of time to dry, but is otherwise a fast and easy craft.

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Autumn Paper Craft - Kids Craft - Paper Scarecrow Decoration

Scarecrow Decoration

This scarecrow is just to friendly looking to scare away the crows. Instead, let him decorate your window in the autumn months. It is easy to assemble and kids will have fun making it. You may of course choose other colors for his clothing.

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Champagne Cork ThanksgivingTurkey

Champagne Cork Turkey

This turkey is happy that he is just a table decoration and not the main course on Thanksgiving. It is an easy craft for kids to make and other than the drying time needed for the paint and glue, a quick project to make.

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Craft Stick Mushroom

Craft Stick Mushroom

This cheery mushroom is a fun project for kids in the autumn months. These can be created to hang just about anywhere. The basic shapes are easy to cut and punch out and therefore simple for younger children to make, as well.

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Fall Craft - Recycling Craft - Glass Jar Pumpkin

Recycled Glass Jar Pumpkin - Paper Mach

Around Halloween time, kids can recycle old glass jars and create spooky Jack-o-Lanterns. These jars look great when a set of them with different faces and sizes is created and give your window or shelf a warm orange glow in the evening.

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Autumn Crafts for Kids - Easy Wreath

Autumn Leaf Door Wreath

This wreath is an easy version of the standard technique for adults and just requires gluing. It is more designed for older children to make once they are able to safely handle a glue gun.

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Fun Rainy Day Paper Craft Ideas for Kids Using Paper, Pencils, Paint and Crayons

Have your kids been complaining that there is nothing to do? Especially during the school breaks, they often have time and cannot decide on an activity to fill it. Before they spend hours in front of a TV or computer screen, you can keep them busy with arts and crafts, instead. With a little motivation and a few basic craft supplies, they can be happily creating works of art that they can be proud of! 

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