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Autumn crafts with Baker Ross. Get inspired!

We’ve been doing some great Autumn crafts using things from Baker Ross recently.

Here’s a selection of the bits and pieces we’ve done this month and the materials we used for them.

Paper Plate RainbowsUsing tissue paper offcutsrainbow craft


autumn craft



Autumn leaves window display -also using offcuts. Came in very handy when I was photographing my Jord Watch too!





Owl charm decorations – Kept them busy for ages, everything you need is in the packet and all self adhesive! My almost 6 year old found this simple and my 4 year old managed with only a tiny bit of input from us.

Autumn Easter Egg hunt. Yes I’m not sure either, but they cut out egg shapes, and decorated them with these gorgeous autumn themed foam stickers and hid them around the house for each other to find!

Autumn crafts from Baker Ross



Picture for Daddy using these sisal sheets.





Some naptime fun with these brilliant sand art leaves. Always better to do the more fiddly things when the younger, and slightly less, erm, delicate handed one is asleep!
leaf craftleaf craft

We still have the super cute Halloween kits to go. The sugar skull bags will make nice little gift bags for friends and we baker ross craft kitsshall be hanging the pom pom decorations in our spooky window display I think, I’m looking forward to creating something fabulous this year!


What are your favourite craft ideas for Autumn? Hopefully you’ve enjoyed these ideas and I’ve given you some inspiration! I do tend to try and do simple things using items we already have in the cupboard. You can also get your basic staples at Baker Ross, like gloopy glue, (we get through bucket loads!), and felt pens. (If I’ve told them once I’ve told them a billion times to put the lids back on! Drives me demented!!!!!)



We were sent all the products I’ve linked to to try, but as always, all my opinions are very definitely my very own! 😀



  1. October 30, 2016 / 10:57 pm

    This looks like awesome fun, I love crafting!

  2. November 6, 2016 / 3:43 pm

    This looks like great fun, I love the owls! I like it when the finished result is something they can be really proud of.

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