Baby Crafts

Get creative with these fun DIY craft ideas. Find craft ideas for every occasion with Baby, from everyday moments to milestone events. No special talents required -- just easy, unforgettable fun!

20 Fall Crafts for Kids

If you are over the moon for falling leaves, cooler temperatures, hats and scarves, and pumpkin spiced everything, then this is the post for you! I’ve rounded up 20 of the cutest fall crafts for kids. Your little one is going to have a blast making and doing these fun activities this autumn.

From fall scented play dough and art using fallen leaves, to tissue paper pumpkins and fall-themed sensory bins, these fall crafts will help your child celebrate the season!

Capture Picture Perfect Moments with This DIY Photo Station

We just don’t take pictures like we used to. With cell phones, selfies, and social media, we’re often looking for that quick snap instead of a planned photo. So with our recent party, we tried to fix that by giving our guests a place to create a perfect photo op.

Take a look at how we built our custom Sailboat Photo Station.

Our Fall Bucket List

It’s no secret that autumn is absolutely my favorite time of year. From cooler temperatures and earlier sunsets to apple picking and visiting the pumpkin patch, I have always loved the fall season. With kiddos in tow, it has become even more fun. We love family hikes on our favorite trails, decorating the house for fall, and dressing up for Halloween! To celebrate the season, I thought I’d make a fall bucket list – all things I hope to do with my family this autumn!

Cool Whip Painting

My girls have always loved sensory play. They love to explore new tastes and textures, sounds, and smells. They REALLY love anything that makes a mess. We’ve been doing Cool Whip painting for several years. It’s especially great for little ones who love to put everything in their mouths! Here’s how you can do your own Cool Whip painting at home…

Celebrate Baby's First Year with This Memorable Keepsake

This past weekend, we were cleaning out a closet in the nursery when we were hit with an overwhelming case of nostalgia. Putting away old baby clothes and finding things we hadn’t used in months instantly transported us back to when Wyatt was just a few weeks old and so teeny tiny (although he was 8 lbs., 12 oz. at birth). That’s when inspiration struck and my wife decided to create a quilt to remember all his her favorite outfits.

Thus our Outfit Quilt was born.

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