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Create Autumn Home Décor and Crafts

Fall has officially arrived. But before we put the Christmas tree up, Sandy Sandler, creator of Bowdabra and a Do-It-Yourself craft and home décor expert for the creatively challenged, has these amazing cost effective and easy to do craft projects celebrating the Fall season for your audience.

 

These craft projects integrate nature to include some “green” elements – think leaves and acorns. And an upcycling project using old crayons to create fall art is featured. Not to mention some Halloween easy to make projects for kids including a costume for the family dog! 

 

Here are four easy Autumn craft projects: (click on each link for step-by-step instructions)

Acorn Pom-Pom Mobile Project

Leaf Rubbings Banner Project

Melted Crayon Art Project

 

And a bonus Halloween craft project: (click on link for step-by-step instructions)

Clothespin Bat Project

 

Autumn Crafts High Res Project Images:

Acorn Pom Pom Mobile Image

Leaf Rubbings Banner Image

Melted Crayon Autumn Art Image

 

Halloween Craft Project Image:

Clothespin Bat

 

Create a Halloween Bumble Bee Costume for your Dog: Amazing Doggie BumbleBee Costume: Video Tutorial

 

Create a spooky Halloween Swag project: How to make a super easy Halloween swag


Make a Mini Halloween Ghost Wreath: How to make a mini Halloween ghost wreath

 

For more creative ideas, visit: https://www.bowdabra.com/blog/

 

For past broadcast segments with Sandy, click here: https://www.bowdabra.com/tv/

 

For a Media One Pager with additional story ideas, click here: Bowdabra Media One-final (presskit247.com)


About:

Sandy Sandler is creator of the QVC best-seller, the Bowdabra. Her frugal craft projects and activity ideas are designed to transform the creatively-challenged into creative pros. Sandy’s focus is on creative and easy projects that parents can do with their kids and that kids can even do on their own that are both frugal and green in nature.

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