Before you dive into all the fun activities fall has to offer, don’t forget to decorate your home. When you are home during the colder months, you want to feel cozy. A big misconception is people think you have to spend a lot of money to decorate for fall, but little do they know lots of things can be DIY projects! You can paint pumpkins, knit a cozy blanket, make a wreath for your door, or even put together some centerpieces for your tables.
Canning Ring Pumpkins
If you want to decorate for fall, but you are in love with the industrial look of décor, these pumpkins will fit your aesthetic perfectly. Gather all the mason jars you have and collect as many rings as you can. It does not matter if the rings are different colors or if they are a little rusty along the edges. This is going to be the thing that makes your pumpkins look rustic and industrial. Make sure they are all facing the same direction, and they you will tie them with a piece of twine in a knot so they are shaped like a pumpkin. Finish with a cinnamon stick in the middle as the stem!
DIY Acorns With Twine
Are you someone that loves to repurpose things from other holidays? Well, this DIY craft will help you repurpose those plastic Easter eggs you have from the past year(s). The best part of this craft is they are completely customizable to your liking! You can get the directions for this craft here!
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Dried Flower Hanging Mantel
If you don’t have a mantel over your fireplace to decorate, this is the time you get to make your own. Yep, that is right, it is time to get creative! With a 1×3, and the fall florals you prefer, you can create a seasonal hanging mantel with things such as a leaf bushel, wheat, eucalyptus, and pampas grass that will grab everyone’s attention as soon as they walk into the house.
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