I dream of outdoor fall decorations all year long. Adding a touch of rustic farmhouse style to my porch in the form of pumpkins, mums, and more just makes my heart pitter patter. I was gathering a bit of inspiration for decorating this year and thought I would share my finds with y’all. Get inspired and create the porch of your dreams.
I am in love with this Halloween candy bowl. You too can make a clay pot scarecrow to add your candy in this fall. This project is actually really easy and the results are just adorable. Grab your supplies and get started on your own version today then have it ready to keep candy on hand for those trick or treaters![Read more…]
Jen Goode with 100 Directions is back this month with some great DIY fall leaf gift tags. Make these simple tags in minutes and add to any gift idea!
Did you know you can make your own DIY fall leaf gift tags with leaf rubbing art? Oh yes! Leaf rubbing isn’t just a kid craft, it’s a great way to make some art without having to draw the designs. Add your own color combination and you’ve got yourself a pretty accent for all your fall hostess gifts. Don’t worry, if you prefer to make the gifts, not the tags… I have a free printable you can use with my own leaf rubbing art.
These simmer pot recipes are perfect for fall. We all know the familiar scents of a fall day. Bring those into your home naturally with a simmer pot. Just add a few ingredients to some water on the stove and simmer all day to fill your home with the smells of autumn. Add more water as it gets low and one of these can literally go from morning to night. Try all five of the recipes below then pick your favorite scent combination.
Want a barnwood sign for your home? No time to go collect the real thing? I am going to show you how to make your own for fall with a paint technique you need to see to believe. This quick and easy method will have you making a barnwood sign for every season of the year. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a design team member however I thought I would post it here in case y’all missed it.
You can make a wheat wreath for fall that is perfect for your home in just minutes. How? I will show you below! I am lucky enough to live on a farm and had acres of this gorgeous wheat. Once it was ready, I was sure to grab a bunch before it was gone. You might look for wheat at a farm near you for this project. You can definitely make this one inexpensively if you can get the wheat from a local source.
I have a fun fall bucket list for you today that you can print for free. Like it or not, fall will be here before we know it. Get the most out of the season by printing our list and checking off the items as you go. Jump in some leaves, visit a haunted house, and so much more. Don’t let time slip away! Download our list and pop it on your refrigerator to capture all of the magic of the season.
Make these pumpkin napkin rings for Thanksgiving or a fall dinner party. This is a quick and easy project that is perfect for your Thanksgiving table. I used a metallic yarn with gold gilding on my pumpkin. You can choose any colors that will work with your tablescape plans. Get the kids involved with the yarn wrapping on these as well. I love a Thanksgiving project that involves the family!
I love succulents so adding them to my fall decor seemed like a great idea. This succulent cornucopia is easy to make and will look gorgeous in your fall decor. Imagine this as a centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table. Get your supplies and make a succulent cornucopia just like this one.