Recycled Fall Crafts for Kids


When the weather starts getting a little cooler, it’s nice to be inside getting creative with your kids. I’ve gathered sixteen recycled fall crafts for kids from several talented Bloggers. The list contains projects you can make using recycled items such as toilet paper rolls, paper plates, old socks, bottle caps, lids, magazines, and more. Turn unwanted or otherwise discarded items into fall trees, apples, pumpkins, and animals.

Colorful Fall Trees constructed from magazines, paper bags, and puzzle pieces.

Fall Magazine Tree from Crafts by Amanda

Paper Bag Tree from Crafts by Amanda

Leaf Puzzle Tree by Meaningful Mama

Festive Pumpkins created from unmatched socks, toilet paper rolls, Popsicle sticks, and jars.

Sock Pumpkins by Meaningful Mama

Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkins by The Joys of Boys

Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkin by Saving Said Simply

Popsicle Stick Pumpkins by Glued to My Crafts

Mason Jar Jack O Lantern by Glued to My Crafts

Animals crafted from paper plates, pinecones, bottle caps, and old toys.

Paper Plate Owl by Huppie Mama

Pinecone Turkey by Yesterday on Tuesday

Bottle Cap Turkey by The Country Chic Cottage

Fuzzy Toy Animals by Carolyn’s Homework

Apples transformed from lids and paper plates.

Recycled Lid Apple Magnet by About Family Crafts

Paper Plate Apple by Glued to My Crafts

Fun Fall Characters made from wine corks and old gloves.

Craft Stick Scarecrows with Wine Corks from Crafts by Amanda

Glove Characters by Crafts  N Coffee

I hope you enjoyed this list and found it useful.  Thank you to the Bloggers for allowing me to share their trash to treasure inspirations!

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