I have a slight obsession with throw pillows, and I love fall, so it was only a matter of time before I shared a DIY fall pillow project. I love this pillow and already want to make a million more for every room in the house.
Old wool sweaters are my second favorite fabric to upcycle after denim. And my favorite thing to upcycle sweaters into is pillows. This time I’ve made shaped DIY sweater pillows for fall/autumn. They are in fall colors and shaped like acorns and an oak leaf.
As I sat outside the kiosk in my local park the other morning with my normal post-gym coffee, I was mesmerized by the autumn leaves swirling in the wind. This is when I got the idea for this map leaf wreath.
Learn how to make these easy and inexpensive stacked painted pumpkins for a modern graphic Halloween display. This inexpensive craft is easy to create from dollar store pumpkins, craft paints, and other basic supplies.
Are you looking for a simple fall wreath idea that’s easy to DIY and is affordable (re: cheap)? I’ve got one for you! In this post, I’m going to show you how to make a modern fall wreath, using upcycled fabric and a foam wreath form from the dollar store.
This is a great craft to put to use those out-dated pumpkins, thrifted pumpkins, or even pumpkins that have been dented or dinged. This is seriously such an easy DIY craft! Just follow these simple steps to this easy no-sew fabric covered pumpkin.
Pumpkins are gorgeous as they grow, but I’m also of the opinion that everything looks better with a little shine! These painted and foiled beauties are one of my favorite pumpkin decorating ideas I’ve ever shared.
These easy diy pumpkins are made from Dollar Tree foam pumpkins and chunky knit yarn. Follow the tutorial to make yarn pumpkins with lots of texture and charm. Styrofoam pumpkins are the perfect diy pumpkins because you can use them year after year.
Learn how to use an inexpensive plastic plate and transform it into a gorgeous and fun Fall Wreath. Hang the wreath indoors or outside on your front door – it is a show stopper no matter where you put it!
I wanted something to decorate my home for fall that I wouldn’t need to spend any money on, and I wanted it to be fast and simple. So, I decided to make some cute scrap wood pumpkins. And, y’all, I’ve gotta say they definitely filled a bit of the fall decor void in my home.
I love all of the rich colors in these feathers but I’m also thinking real hard about making another one in all white! You don’t need much to make this wreath but the trick is to give it some dimension and I’m going to tell you just how that’s done.
I grabbed one of those cheap bags of little pumpkins from Michaels and wondered what on earth I was going to transform them into. Then I spotted the cutest fabric washi tape. It was floral and fun and farmhouse. And a light bulb went off! Floral washi tape pumpkins!!
This is a free crochet pumpkin pattern to make fun shaped containers. They are perfect for filling with treats at Halloween and would make great prizes for the best costume winner at a party. They would also be lovely as Fall Harvest decorations, displayed around the home and used for small bits and bobs.
Fall is here it’s September and although the temperatures definitely don’t resemble fall it’s still time to decorate everything football and pumpkins. Strolling along in the store I saw the cutest plaid pumpkins. Those plaid pumpkins inspired me to make this Fall Pumpkin Buffalo Plaid Wreath.
It's no secret I love DIY fall decorations. You can save so much money when you do something yourself instead of buying pre-made from a store. These burlap mason jar centerpieces are the newest addition to my collection. They are gorgeous, and they fit that burlap and lace feel that I LOVE.
It’s PUMPKIN SEASON which means that it’s the perfect time to make this easy paper pumpkin craft! It’s a fun and easy paper craft that looks complicated but is easy enough for kids to make. If you make just one craft this season, it should be this 3D paper pumpkin!
I am so excited to share this fun little Fall craft with you guys! We have loved making these No Sew Shirt Sleeve Fabric Pumpkins this week, they are just adorable! And they are just as easy to make as they are cute.
This DIY Farmhouse wreath is an exciting way to bring in and celebrate the fall seasons. The jute and plaid pumpkins give it a modern farmhouse twist that’s perfectly balanced with the eucalyptus leaves.
Making large white pumpkin decor from cheap foam pumpkins with spray paint couldn’t be easier. This white pumpkin decor fits right in with farmhouse style fall decorations can be used all the way through Thanksgiving because they are more neutral and not that classic “Halloween” orange.
This DIY Garden Flag Using A Pumpkin Stencil was super easy to make. If not for waiting on the paint to dry, it would have been a 30 minute craft.
Which one of these is your favorite? I would love to know in the comments below. Personally, I have always loved pinecone wreaths, my parents had a huge one when I was a kid. So I think I might give that one a try first.