I love fall decorating, and I love pumpkins. When my husband, daughter, and I used to live the RV lifestyle, we spent most months in the midwestern and northern states. They have the best pumpkin patches ever.
Since I get to do some October fun with my little grand-girls, the agenda includes going to a pumpkin patch with them. The girls have already been there with their mom, and Ivy got to paint some pumpkins. When I go with them, she’ll be able to pick out more pumpkins – one for pumpkin bars and some small ones for arts and crafts.
It’s amazing what all you can make from pumpkins. Try some of these fun art and crafty ideas:
- Toddler Fun Pumpkin Painting – These are the cutest painted pumpkins, but however your toddler’s pumpkin painted art turns out will look adorable.
- Five Little Pumpkins Craft – This little glove craft is so cute though it does take a little mommy effort and time.
- Decorate Your Pumpkins With Nature – I just totally love this one and can’t wait to try it out with my little grand, Ivy.
- Pretzel Stick Spiderwebs – Fun and edible craft! Can’t wait to do this with Ivy.
Aren’t those the cutest little crafts? Share pumpkin crafts that you’ve made for your toddler. Lil Grand Ivy and I can put it on our to-do-list.
Decorate your house for Halloween with pumpkins galore with crazy, fun designs, fruit, candy – and don’t forget the spiders. You can find cute pumpkin spider holders like this one I saw at HEB or even a spider wagon.
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Do a tablescape of candy corn, painted pumpkins, and apples. Is too much candy tempting your toddler? Hide it on top of the frig and offer apple slices.
and more Pink Ladies (from the kitchenhospitality.com tablescape blog post)…
Harvestime with nature’s colors of leaves, pumpkins, apples, burlap or hay bales is a “buddyful” (as my little grand two-year-old says) time of the year.