Kids’ Playroom Fall Decorations and Ideas - Christmas Tree Market Blog

Fun Kid-Friendly Playroom Décor Ideas for Fall

October 20th, 2014

This season, decorate your kids’ playroom with fall-themed accessories that bring fun and color to their private space. From turkey handprints to leaf collections, these kid-friendly decorating ideas add a seasonal touch to the playroom, as they help encourage creativity in your kids.
Fabric Leaf Garland Craft

Using some fabric, an embroidery needle, and some floss, you can make your own reusable leaf garland. You can display your fabric leaf garland along your mantle or wall, and you can even embellish it with acorns. For complete instructions, check out this how-to from Good Housekeeping.

Handprint Turkey

Armed with colorful construction paper, a pencil, some glue, and a pack of googly eyes, you and your kids can make wonderful handprint turkeys for their playroom. Ask each kid to trace their hands onto a sheet of construction paper, then help them to cut out the handprint. The handprint fingers serve as the tail feathers. Afterwards, make the body, feet, and the beak, then glue them all together. Hang it up on the wall of your kids’ playroom, or you can frame it and place it on their desks for a colorful display.
Paper Plate Owls

A fun and adorable craft idea is to invite your kids make their own paper plate owls! Using differently colored pens, a paper plate, and some craft paper, your kids can fold and glue their way to making a cute owl in a matter of minutes. You can hang these owls in your kids’ playroom or put them inside a frame as a charming table display. Instructions can be found here.
Salt Dough Ornaments

These salt dough ornaments are the perfect crafts for a bonding time with your kids. This project includes rolling out the dough and then using decorative cookie cutters to make impressions on your ornaments. After baking, your kids can have fun painting these in fall colors! Check out the complete instructions from Meaningful Mama.
Flower Pot Scarecrow


This adorable scarecrow doesn’t look scary at all! Take some plastic flower pots, a bunch of straws, and a Sharpie, and your kids will have the friendliest scarecrow for their playroom. To further encourage imagination, make a scarecrow family for your children to play with.
Give your kids fun fall decorations that help their imaginations grow. You can also check out these tips on how to inspire creativity in the playroom!

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