There’s just something about fall that makes us want to add seasonal crafts to every last corner of the house. And while there are plenty of things you could make if you really had the time, if you’re anything like us, you’re looking for something that’s achievable in an afternoon with your girlfriends or kids. That’s why we pulled together these 5 festive how-tos, guaranteed to transform your home into a fall wonderland in no time.
DIY Felt Wreath
Wreaths are kind of like a home’s smile. This wreath is no exception, with textured leaves adding a happy accent to a basic twine frame. Hang it up early to welcome home friends and family – and to let them know that fall is finally here.
DIY Felt Acorns
Is anyone else as obsessed with all things teeny-tiny as we are? No? Just us? OK… Anyway, if you do get weak in the knees for all things itty-bitty, you’ll absolutely fall in love with these adorable felt acorns. Dress up entryways, living rooms and even guest rooms with these colorful pieces – and enjoy the daily reminder that it’s the little things in life.
Beautifully Preserved Leaves
Preserve the season and create your own work of art with these easy leaf ideas. While leaves are beautiful as-is, you can also embellish their beauty by painting them or preserving them with glycerin.
Pine Cone Decorations
There are lots of things you can do with pine cones. Add spray paint and glitter to some and use others to line glass containers or accent fall wreaths. You can also have the kids help you make a bird feeder with our step-by-step instructions. They’ll love creating a treat for their feathered friends using things you probably already have around your home, like twine, pine cones, birdseed and peanut butter.
Fall Napkin Rings
Maybe you’re planning to have a few friends over for a dinner party or even Thanksgiving (go you!). Whatever the size of your party, we have 5 fall napkin ring ideas that will make a lovely finishing touch to a cozy meal.
Bounty: A Crafter’s Best Friend
Craft cleanup is easier with Bounty Paper Towels. Lay them down on work surfaces before you get started, or use them to clean up scraps and supplies once you’re finished.