These pumpkin crafts are perfect for the month of October. Kids will love making something with a pumpkin theme to prepare for Halloween. I don’t know about you, but Fall is pretty much themed around orange pumpkins. I love to decorate my home with pumpkins. That is why we love this orange pumpkin light outside out home, it is made over our yard light.
For more great Halloween projects check out this post with 25 Halloween crafts and ideas. Are you carving pumpkins? Don’t miss these pumpkin carving tips and tricks or these amazing and FREE pumpkin stencils.
How about a 3 Dimensional Pumpkin Card? I have a step by step tutorial on how to make the card. It creates a unique and interesting Halloween card. Older kids will love this project. This one is not for small children.
Make these glowing pumpkin votives with just a few items and no time at all. The look so cute glowing and lining the steps to your home or even in a window. Start collecting little jars!
This hand print and photo keepsake is a pumpkin one! Or, a handprint and photo of my little pumpkin! Make one for Grandma or Mom this year.
These beaded pumpkin is a great way to teach small children to use their hands! They will love this cute pumpkin craft they created and work on their fine motor skills as well.
These pumpkin lanterns are perfect to hang up for some Halloween garland in a classroom or at home! String a bunch together to hand in the classroom, they make a great Halloween decoration.
This Popsicle stick pumpkin magnet is a easy and useful little craft. Kids love working with Popsicle sticks or craft sticks. With just a little paint and effort you have a cute decoration and magnet.
Learn how to make a stained glass pumpkin suncatcher. It looks so fun with the sun shining through it on a window. This one is simple enough that with some help even the smallest of children can create it.
This pumpkin face lacing craft is great for younger kids to do! Let the kids choose how to make their own face. It will be fun to see all of their own faces and ideas. I love paper plate crafts.
If you are looking for a way to teach pumpkins, or do a pumpkin theme I have several other pumpkin posts shared over here at Skip to my Lou. Check them out here:
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