Each season brings it’s own cravings and fun activities. It also brings many opportunities to do some soul searching, encourage each other and reach out to others! You’ll love these ideas to use either in your own family or gift them to others. We’ve gathered a great list of activities, crafts, recipes, printables, decor and more for you to create a fall to remember!
Let’s start by feeding our soul with a little of God’s fall flavor. McKenzie’s way of digging into Scripture through Bible Journaling is inspiring and definitely brings a new perspective to God’s word.
Sharing God’s love with others is a wonderful way to kick off the fall! Go on a Scavenger Hunt with friends, family or church group. Head out to your neighborhood or one that could use some tender loving care and love on the people there by doing different mini-service projects.
As we look forward to the changes of fall and all the things that we can create, we can pray for the Lord to create a pure heart in us as well!
Kick the Morning off Right!
The first thing you reach for in the morning is coffee, right? Well, that’s my husband. I prefer hot chocolate or a protein drink. But as soon as I saw this deliciously, healthy version of a pumpkin spice coffee creamer I thought of him.
These gluten-free apple cinnamon protein pancakes are so good you won’t even need to drown them in syrup!
These Apple Harvest Muffins are perfect for mornings on the go.
Fall Inspired Desserts
Ever since I was a child, desserts were what I enjoyed creating in the kitchen the most. As an adult, I still enjoy them but so enjoy finding recipes like this healthier apple crisp that chooses to not use refined white sugar, but instead adds an wonderful fall flavor by using maple syrup.
These frosted maple cookies have me licking my lips. I can’t believe I’ve never had these before. Have you?
It truly wouldn’t be fall unless homemade pumpkin pie is included!
Fashion & Home Decor
I’m not one that enjoys shopping for clothes. I do, however, enjoy shopping with friends who enjoy shopping and finding cute things for me to wear. Now that I’ve moved into a warmer climate, I found this post about dressing for fall in a warmer climate to be helpful.
Weclome guest with fall before they even enter your home with this adorable Hoop Fall Wreath.
There are several fall themed signs for welcoming fall into your house.
If you prefer to just add subtle hints that fall has arrived consider adding these 3 accessories
Arts & Crafts
It would not be truly fall without crafts! Craft fairs and festivals are some of my favorite places to visit in the fall. I love seeing all the creativity and finding pieces that are draw in the season!
Engage all the senses with the most amazing apple cinnamon no cook playdough.
This Autumn Hand Print Tree is such a cute way to capture our children’s hand prints and this could totally be made into a card to send off to the first person that pops to mind.
Get the modge podge out and create a peppier fall look by mixing up the bright colors with your pumpkins!
Get inspired by nature to create fun art like this digi-leaf art project!
There are so many wonderful activities to do during the fall. Visiting pumpkin patches is probably the first thing that pops to mind but don’t miss enjoying these other activities:
Visiting an apple orchard and picking your own apples!
Interact with our feathered friends by creating an apple bird feeder for them!
Fall & football go hand in hand. Find budget friendly ways to decorate when you cheer on your favorite team.
Explore nature with the fun fall scavenger hunt.
Make art out of pressed leaves and flowers by making your own DIY Nature Press!
There is something about fall that makes me want to gather with friends around my favorite drinks. Of course, Hot Chocolate will always be my favorite but since this is a fall round up post, I’ll share some others that are tempting me as well.
My Mother’s Quick and Delicious Apple Cider is one people always as about when they come over. It also makes a perfect gift for your neighbors!
One of my favorite fall treats is a caramel covered apple and this Caramel Apple Cider recipe seems to be the drinkable version of that treat!
And if you still need more ideas to dive into fall, check out these posts:
- Free fall ideas
- Family friendly ideas
- Fall Bucket List
- 5 summer activities to do during the fall
- 50 ideas to make your fall the best fall ever
- 101 Things to do in the fall
What are some of your favorite fall activities?
What is a new fall activity you are looking forward to enjoying?
Be encouraged by these posts as well!
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- Are You Willing to Be Humiliated? - December 9, 2019
Kristi, these are such great ideas! I love fall too and one of my favorite activities is going for walks where the leaves are changing and also raking leaves and jumping in them with my grandson! Thanks for all these super ideas. – Amy
Omgosh, those maple frosted cookies sound amazing! I love maple frosted everything (maple-frosted doughnuts are my weakness).
I love Fall and this post makes me all the more excited! Fall is also incredibly busy for my family but these are fun things to add in and slow down! Thank you.
What a fun list of autumn activities! I love the look of the blue pages of Bible journaling you have at the top of this post. Beautiful!
I love some good fall food!
You make me wish I lived in an area that has more seasonal change. Houston just cools off a bit.
What a great list! I need to do these things!
I really like this list! I live in San Diego, which sadly doesn’t get “normal” fall weather and activities. I’m working hard to share the experience I had in the MidWest with my kids. It’s such an awesome time of the year!
Wow! what a wonderful list! these all look so great and fall is one of my favorite seasons! I cannot wait to try the cinnamon apple protein pancakes!
Those bird feeders are so fun! Such a great craft.
I think i got hungry just by looking at the food