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Using popcorn for crafts is a lot of fun!

15 Fun Popcorn Crafts for Fall

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Using popcorn for crafts is a lot of fun!

I love this time of year. Leaves are falling, cool breezes blow through open windows, fireplaces are lit in the evenings, and we can bask in the crispness of the air before the winter chill sets in. There are so many things that come to mind when I think of fall: pumpkins, Thanksgiving, leaves, and popcorn!

Popcorn can be a tasty and healthy (or not so healthy, depending on how you eat it) snack and in the fall when the corn fields are being harvested, it’s fitting to also use it as a tool for crafting!

Check out this great series with more than 20 authors sharing their favorite fall family traditions!

Below are fifteen of the best popcorn crafts for fall that I’ve found for both adults and children.

Corn Collage from Spoonful
Popcorn Pumpkins from Lakeshore Learning
Popcorn Turkey from No Biggie
Corn on the Cob Craft from My Very Educated Mother
Popcorn Thanksgiving Hand Turkey from 2 Big 2 Little
Popcorn Pilgrim Hat from Little Family Fun
Colored Popcorn Kernels from Activities for Kids
Popcorn Apple Tree from Free Preschool Crafts
Popcorn Decorated Pumpkin from The Popcorn Factory
Fall Popcorn Trees from Happy Hooligans

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Popcorn Kernel Wreath from HomeTalk
Fall Popcorn Votive Candle from The Yummy Life
Fall Centerpiece from Makobi Scribe
Popcorn Table Favors from The Partiologist
Cranberry Popcorn Garland from Mama Papa Bubba

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Have you ever crafted something with popcorn?

You can find more fall family fun inspiration from the Fall Family Favorites Series here.


Dusty Dusty is a stay at home, homeschooling mother of four and has been married to the love of her life,  a Southern gentleman, for 8 years.  She is trying to find her own path in this great wide world while devouring chocolate and leaning on the Lord.  She blogs about homeschooling, homemaking, motherhood and faith atTo the Moon and Back.

 

 

 

 

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Dusty is a stay at home, homeschooling mother of four and has been married to the love of her life, a Southern gentleman, for 8 years. She is trying to find her own path in this great wide world while devouring chocolate and leaning on the Lord. She blogs about homeschooling, homemaking, motherhood and faith at To the Moon and Back.

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