Friday, August 23, 2019

Twenty easy fall craft and decor DIYs!


I'm back with a plethora of fall decor inspiration! If you're not in the mood for crunchy leaves, hoodies and pumpkin spice just yet -- you will be by the end of this post! ;) 

I shared the first round up of fall projects last week. I had so many to pick from, I had to break it up into a couple posts. These bloggers all shared beautiful and inexpensive autumn decor and most of them don't take much DIY knowledge at all!  

You may get some ideas on decor to add to your own home. So without further adieu, let's check out their pretty inspiration! (Go to the link under each photo for the tutorial.)

Diane shares these simple book cover printables with a cute fall quote: 
White book covers for fall decor


These wood block pumpkins are too cute! They would look great on a front porch: 
Cute DIY wood pumpkin blocks


I absolutely LOVE the velvet pumpkins I see in the stores ever fall -- I'm going to have to try this tutorial to make my own: 


How to make your own velvet pumpkins


Monica's DIY chinoiserie pumpkins are so beautiful, I'd want to display them all year!: 
Blue and white painted pumpkin


These were a favorite -- what a fun way to use those inexpensive foam pumpkins!:
Foam cut out pumpkin candles


I love seeing all of the creativity when it comes to fall wreaths! This is a fun fabric version: 
Fabric pouf fall wreath


Now this pumpkin monogram takes some DIY knowledge for sure, but wow, how impressive is this?: 
Wood pumpkin monogram


I love this DIY fabric runner laying over the edge of the mantel -- how pretty!:
Make your own fall runner for table or mantel


You can find the free printable to make this cute "Hello Autumn" pillow at the link below: 
Hello Autumn printable for pillow


A basket is the perfect way to hold those fall blankets. You'll be surprised to see what this DIY version was made of!:
Make a rope basket from laundry basket


I love these DIY pumpkin topiaries -- the addition of the grapevine and greenery is perfect!: 
How to make pumpkin topiaries


Carli shares how to fill your autumn window boxes for under $20: 
Fall window boxes for less than $20


Swags made of faux leaves look great on the front door, but on windows and interior doors as well: 
Easy fall faux leaf swags


I loved this cork wreath! The metallic paint would allow it to transition to Christmas easy: 
Cork leaf wreath


This was such a cute DIY! I was surprised to see how she made those little pumpkins: 
DIY fall pumpkin garland


What a gorgeous centerpiece idea for Thanksgiving! Use faux and keep them year to year: 
Succulents in pumpkins centerpiece


These inexpensive pumpkins covered in paper bags fit in perfectly with rustic decor: 
Paper bag rustic pumpkins


Make your own pallet pumpkins for the porch (say that three times fast)!: 
How to make a pallet pumpkin


Jute is SO inexpensive and the perfect way to add a rustic touch for fall. I love these little vases: 
Use jute for fall DIY vases


And last but not least, easy fall art using scrapbook paper -- the possibilities are endless!: 
Easy fall sign using letters


There you go! Twenty cute and inexpensive fall crafts that you could do this weekend! If you missed the first round up, be sure to check that out here!

When do you start pulling out your fall decor? Even if you wait I won't tell if you do a craft or two early. ;)

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5 comments:

  1. It's still super hot here in Hong Kong but now I got the fall feels! Can't wait to decorate my place!

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
    http://charmainenyw.com

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  2. Fun ideas! Thanks for sharing them. I love your blog!

    (BTW, it's "further ado," not "further adieu." https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ado )

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  3. Can't wait for fall! SO many great ideas! Thanks so much for including my window boxes <3

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  4. Hi Sarah, Great ideas and new bloggers to follow! thanks for sharing! laura in CO

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  5. I am so looking forward to fall.. so many great ideas.

    http://www.henatayeb.blogspot.com

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