The DIY fall bucket list wall hanging helps cultivate intentional family moments!
Creating a fall bucket list has been a fun way to think about all of the seasonal activities we want to do as a family. Having a seasonal bucket list helps us carve out the time for what matters. Basically, it is just a list of the activities we like to do each season. Having it in a list form helps us to have a visual reminder and then actually do the things.
DIY Fall Bucket List Wall Hanging
Grab the freebie and edit for your family.
The fun thing about this bucket list is that you can print the one I created or print the blank one. You could have it list as many or as many activities as you want! Download the printable here.
You will get both options of the bucket list so you can print what works best for you!
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Create the wall hanging.
- Paint Sticks
- Stain/Paint Brushes
- Hot Glue
Cut the paint sticks to the desired size of your bucket list.
Stain or paint the paint sticks.
Cut the bucket list to fit the paint sticks. I had designed mine to be more narrow.
Once they are dry you are ready to glue the bucket list to the paint sticks. A thin line of glue at the top and bottom is all you need.
Attach the twine to the top by gluing on the back.
Hang it in your home!
Isn’t that so simple? I love a good craft so combining a craft with creating a tool for intentional family moments brings me all of the joy.
You could also hang the bucket list in your command center or on the fridge.
Tips for using the bucket list:
Make a plan. Some of the activities require more planning, so we will sit down at the start of the month and plan out when we are going to the pumpkin patch, etc. While other activities are already on the calendar (specific times for Trunk or Treat). Some activities are more for filling in moments. For example, a fall craft may be something we do on a Saturday evening as a family.
Have grace! This bucket list does not have to be completely checked off! That is not the goal! The goal is to cultivate intentional family time. This list gives you ideas to pull from.
Celebrate what you do! Instead of focusing on what you did not do, celebrate what you did do! One fun thing to do is at the end of a season of the bucket list, take an evening to reflect as a family on all that you did do! You could even put together a little photo album (using Chatbooks ) of that season.
Have fun!!! The bucket list is designed to help you get creative with family time. It is so good to do things as a family. Enjoy the time, laugh, and make memories!
Don’t forget to download the printable HERE!
If you use the fall bucket list, please tag me (@kerilynnsnyder) on social media! I would love to see yours in action!