Children, it’s been hotter than blue blazes out there, but Fall is officially here and the weather will cool down before we know it! Knowing this has me dreaming of big bowls of Potato Soup, mums on the front porch, and all things pumpkin. It is almost time to get some autumn on and so today, I’m sharing my fabulous fall DIY round-up! : )
Even though I have a lot of front porch projects that I never got finished this summer, I am ready to do some fall decorating. Y’all know I’m a big Pinterest addict, but I also belong to some groups of great bloggers who are always ready to share. When I asked for some new ideas for Fall DIYs, they gave me plenty to work with! Today, I’m going to share some of their ideas with you.
Update: A couple of the blogs went “out of business,” but I left the photos up for inspiration!!
No Sew Plaid Pumpkins
No Sew Patchwork Pumpkins
Burlap Wreath for Fall
Anns Entitled Life has some really cute crafts and these can definitely be carried over into Halloween!
Burlap and Blue has some great fabric and paper projects as well as printables. I love me some printables!!
If you are looking for a simple fall wreath, Arts & Crackers has got it going on! I honestly have most of these things in my craft stash. I need to get busy!
Feeding Big made these adorable leaf pillows. They are made out of placemats…can you believe it?!? I actually have some of those from the Dollar Tree. I also have some for Valentine’s Day. The wheels in my head are spinning now!!
You Brew My Tea shared some really cute fall ideas. I’m totally in love with the dryer vent pumpkin and I think I might make some jar lid pumpkins and put magnets on the back, instead of attaching them to a wreath!
Fall Burlap Pillow
Pumpkin Fall Wreath
The luminary from A Bride On a Budget just proves you don’t have to spend a ton of money to make fall crafts. I like that!!
Quirky Inspired shared some cute crafts and some simple home decor. Sometimes simple really is the prettiest!
This candy corn idea from Penny Pincher Jenny is another one of those great crafts that can transition from fall to Halloween. I think it looks like a neat idea for the kids to help with too!
Those are just a few ideas that the blogging community shared with me. There are a lot more out there on the Internet, in books, or just in your imagination. As for me, I am all about using what you have, so I will be upcycling some of my old fall decorations. I’ll let you know how that turns out!
For now, I’m off to get my craft on! Do you have decorating ideas to share? We would love to hear about them!!