We continue our collection of awesome DIY fall decor projects and ideas with some fun concepts that help bring the spirit of the season into your home and garden.
Fall Garden Jars
Pick up some glass jars from the dollar store, stencil paint them with an autumn theme of your choice, and then fill them with some natural fall botanical… aromatic ones would be best!
Or, you can fill them with some loose-leaf tea in browns and greens, making it as useful gift!
DIY Fallen Leaf Roses
Turn fallen leaves into beautiful roses! A fun and beautiful DIY craft you can do with the whole family.
DIY Wood Slice Kitchen Owl
Perfect for adding some DIY Fall decor to your kitchen, this cute kitchen owl is comprised of a slice of rustic wood, a fallen tree branch, some old cutlery (easily found at a local thrift show) and a variety of bottle lids and caps.
Indian Corn Fan
I love this rustic wall hanging made from dark and wonderful Indian Corn!
White Pumpkin Coffee Table Centerpiece
A rustic tray, some white dollar store pumpkins, a few galvanized pails, and some faux greenery combine to create this impressive display.
DIY Fall Burlap Wreath
This simple but high-impact DIY fall wreath uses a 14″ straw form wreath, some burlap, and silk fall leaves to create a lovely accent to your front door.
Candy Corn Buttons DIY Fall Wall Art
A handful of different sized buttons in white, yellow, and orange (either purchased that way or spray painted those colors), a piece of burlap and an 8×10 frame from the dollar store is all you need to create this wonderfully rustic DIY Fall wall art piece.
Well, maybe a glue gun & some mod podge as well. 🙂
Cut Fabric Leaves on a String
Some rustic fabric in traditional fall colors are cut out and then hung on a string to create a lovely fall display. Perfect for decorating your windows for the fall!
DIY White Birch Coasters
These rustic coasters get an elegant upgrade by adding some gold spray paint around the rims. A fun, easy, and functional piece of DIY Fall decor.
Grateful Thankful Blessed DIY Wood Sign
Take a sheet of vinyl and carefully cut out the words and stick to the sheet of stained wood. Tape off the exterior edges to create a frame. Paint the entire board. Once dry, carefully peel off the vinyl to reveal the letters.
This one is a bit trickier for a DIY standpoint, but the results are lovely!