With fall just around the corner, everybody is already decorating their homes, planning the delicious recipes, and preparing for the season. To make the transition even more interesting, here you’ll find some of the best fall DIY craft ideas to welcome the season and decorate your home!
Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. -Albert Camus
Autumn Leaf Bowls
This autumn bowl is one of the best DIY crafts to start the season with. For the materials, you’ll need:
- Craft store leaf garland
- Mod podge
- Foam brush
To make it, you’ll only need to use the bottom of a balloon as a mold, and lay the leaves on it using mod podge. Simple as that! Check out the full details over at Hello Lucky.
Of course, there has to be a pumpkin decorating craft for fall, and this idea from Celebrate Creativity is simply gorgeous. To make it, you’ll only some velvet-y fabric, thread to stitch it closed, stuffing, and dried pumpkin stems.
And the best part:
You can make these pumpkins in any color you choose, making it super easy to fit your current decor or make them stand out!
Easy 5-Min Fall Wreath
With fall, the wreath trend comes back, and this gorgeous option from 2 Bees in a Pod overflows with autumn’s typical color.
The only supplies you’ll need:
- Craft foam ring
- Large fall floral stems
Yep, that’s it! And to make the wreath, you’ll only need to cut the stems, leaving about one inch, and attaching them to the foam ring. Your beautiful fall wreath is ready to be displayed!
Fall Leaf Canvas Art
How about some fall canvas art to kickstart the season? This simple DIY is very easy to make:
- Step one: Choose the size of the canvas or paint it with your desired color. (you can make it black like in the photo above or choose another color!)
- Step two: Gather some faux foliage and paint or add glitter
- Step three: Arrange the foliage (you can use the kids’ help for this step!)
- Step four: Hot glue the leaves onto the canvas
DIY Fall Doormat
Welcome fall with a beautiful themed doormat that you can make yourself! The photo above is from this tutorial by Life is a Party, and you can customize it using any colors you want. It’s the perfect way to welcome guests to your home!
Copper Pumpkins Centerpiece
Doesn’t these copper pumpkins look incredible? They’re also super easy (and cheap!) to make! You’ll only need to spray paint plastic pumpkin pails, fill them up with rice, and add some flowers, faux or not. That’s it!
Want a great idea for fall porch decor? These paper luminaries are easy to make, and you can use them to decorate and light up the steps, welcoming the guests in the best way possible. Check out the full details over at Southern Living!
Modern Fall Pillows
These stamped pillows are perfect to add an elegant and modern touch to your fall decorations.
To make it:
- Gather some leaves and apply fabric paint to one side by using a small paintbrush
- Press the leaves on unbleached fabric (preferably cotton)
- Let it dry completely and then iron the prints to make them last
You can also use this idea on kitchen towels, table runners, or table napkins!
These pumpkin bowls are the perfect fall DIY craft for a lazy afternoon! You can use them to decorate your porch or to hold candles, flowers or candy.
- Cut off the top of a pumpkin and scrape out the insides
- Trace and cut a scallop pattern along the top edge
- Use a drill and drill bits on different sizes to create the designs
Your pumpkin bowls are ready to decorate your home!
Paper Leaf & Branch Mobile
This gorgeous mobile is the perfect fall DIY craft to keep the kids entertained for an afternoon and to decorate your home! You can make it at any size you want, and choose whatever colors you or your kids desire. Check out the full details at Happiness is Homemade!
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