Autumn is Back! Fall Foliage Fun and Easy Crafts for Grand kids and Seniors!

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I love that autumn leaves are falling down and this delightful autumn clipart is a wonderful reminder smAutumn Bliss is BACK! The calendar says September 22. But the weather reports and my autmn-y feelings are all declaring fall is upon us. The leaves have already started doing mini-autumn ballets. And the fall foliage is showing hints here and there! I can’t wait to get together with my grandkids and work on some fun fall and harvest crafts. And with that in mind, I did a search and found a couple of sites with tons of fun new ideas for you and for me:

1. Do you like to celebrate autumn with fun fall foliage ideas? Here are some adorable ones from has the cutest pumpkin – with two autumn leaves carved out of it. Talk about intriguing fall foliage.

2. Crystal from Growing a Jeweled Rose has a lovely list of 100 Autumn Craft idea links – WOW!

Between the two, we’ll have lots to keep us busy in all our spare time this autumn, in between bouts of bliss over the gorgeous fall foliage, though at the moment spare time has been close to non-existent for me in between caregiving issues. 🙂 But in a couple of weeks, that should change and I’m definitely looking forward to giving some new crafts a try, along with our old favorite – making our own scarecrows – for directions for those, click here! How about you? 🙂

P.S. Got grandboys? Be sure to visit Grandma’s Briefs today. Sounds intriguing!



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  1. I will check out the craft link thanks! 🙂

  2. Thanks Debra 🙂 have fun!!!

  3. Fall foliage is something we just don’t have here but then we also don’t get that yukky snow! Thanks for the craft links. I would love to just sit down and cut out leaves of all colors and paste them in the window. Maybe Amara and I can do just that this weekend! Thanks for sharing.

  4. 🙂 🙂 🙂 Believe it or not Kc, you can get used to the snow. AND in the areas we’ve lived in the last few years we also discovered the snow helps keep down the insect population. Granted, one of my grandkids LOVES all those bugs but for the rest of us, I actually ended up praying for more snow – never thought I’d see THAT day. 🙂 🙂 🙂 And I LOVE the leaf idea. I remember doing something similar one year with my kids – that was REALLY long ago 🙂 Have a great week!

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