Celebrate the Beauty of Fall with These 15 DIY Projects
You’ll recognize that fall has come into town when the streets get covered with colored leaves and every coffee shop smells like pumpkin spice. It’s that joyous time of the year when we’re saying goodbye to the warm summer memories and start prepping for cold and festive months ahead. If you like to be in tune with the changing of the seasons, make sure to celebrate the coming of fall with these 15 DIY fall projects!
1. Pumpkin Tree Stump Welcome Sign
Welcome signs are a charming way to make a great first impression on anyone who comes to your house. View from the Fridge has a tutorial for a seasonal tree stump welcome sign that resembles a pumpkin and fully embraces the spirit of fall!
2. Fall Bucket List
With every season comes a list of numerous activities that we’d like to do. If summer is all about swimming in the ocean and chilling by the pool, then fall is all about picking pumpkins and baking pies! Find out how you can make an innovative fall-themed bucket list at Craftaholics Anonymous.
3. Candy Corn Pine Cones
Using pine cones as decoration is a well-known choice for fall and winter decor, but if you don’t want to be so predictable, give the pinecones a colorful makeover! Who Needs a Cape painted the pine cones in the color of candy corn, resulting in the most unique decor piece you’ll see this fall.
4. Fall Wreath
Wreaths are a really simple way to decorate both the exterior and interior of our home. They can welcome guests on your front door or hang above the fireplace. Celebrate the bright orange colors of the fall with this marvelous wreath by 2 Bees in a Pod!
5. Dried Corn Centerpiece
Julie Blanner created a beautiful centerpiece that will be such an important addition to your dining table, whether you’re hosting a pumpkin themed dinner party or just cooking for your own family. It brings color, warmth and nature into the space!
6. Paper Leaf Wreath
If you want your fall wreath to last for many years, learn from Polkadot Chair how to make a proper wreath from paper leaves. The shape of the paper leaves is true to their real counterparts, but when it comes to their color and decoration you have a bit more freedom!
7. Wooden Fall Sign
Why not welcome fall with a big sign that announces your love of this colorful season to everyone that passes your home! If you love working with wood and live for decorating your home with rustic elements, don’t miss the tutorial for a wooden fall sign at Her Tool Belt.
8. Fabric Covered Pumpkins
October is definitely the month of the pumpkins; they can be seen absolutely everywhere. On people’s front porches, on their window shelves, backyards and even in their living rooms. Unoriginal Mom‘s fabric covered pumpkins are a modern alternative to the classic orange pumpkin!
9. Fall Leaves Canvas
You desperately need some fall-inspired wall decor, but everything is either too expensive or takes too much time to make. Don’t worry busy bee, we got you! The View from Here shares a super simple way to make your very own fall wall art piece!
10. Mason Jar Fall Luminary
Creating a cozy fall atmosphere is made easy with candles and colors! This charming orange mason jar fall luminary is a wonderful piece to be displayed in any room of your home that calls for a magical ambiance. Snatch the how-to from Create Craft Love!
11. Pumpkin Vase
Set aside your regular vases for the time being and replace them with unique, handmade pumpkin vases. Their incredibly colorful look will uplift the mood of your interior and give you the most gorgeous centerpiece. Card Store shares the details!
12. Corn Wreath
Don’t even think that you can decorate your home for fall and skip the corn! Either find a subtle way to include it, such as the centerpiece we listed above, or go all out and create an outstanding and jaw-dropping corn wreath, such as the one by Stone Gable.
13. Popsicle Stick Scarecrow
Give your fridge magnets a fall makeover and make a collection of This Girl’s Life‘s popsicle stick scarecrow magnets! They will be perfect to hold up pumpkin pie recipes that you’ll be trying this season and your kid’s Halloween drawings !
14. Painted Wood Pumpkins
Since pumpkins are a very common decoration in the fall, opt for a more creative and unconventional pumpkin to avoid coming across as repetitive. Simply Kierste Design features wooden pumpkins painted in the colors of autumn and shaped unlike any pumpkin we’ve ever seen!
15. Modern Fall Acorns
The nature is full of inspiration, especially in the fall, when everywhere you go there’s rustling leaves, pinecones and acorns on the ground. If you’re into modern decor, Domestically Blissful is the place where fall meets contemporary!
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