These metallic fall jars are perfect for your fall decor. They are easy to make with adhesive foils that can be cut into any shape. Use my free printable leaf template to make jars just like those shown or use your imagination and change them up to any shape. Either way the metallic is sure to shine on this gorgeous craft project. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the other fall jar craft ideas as well. If you have missed any of the fun this week, be sure to check out the posts from day 1 and day 2.
My s’more gift in a jar is the perfect way to show someone you care. Grab the ingredients for s’mores and add them to a fun jar with our printable tag. This post is sponsored by Huggies® however all projects and opinions are my own. Be sure to include a package of Huggies® Wipes in your jar for cleaning up the mess that is sure to come when roasting s’mores!
This is also fall jar week around here so scroll to the bottom of this post to see more great fall ideas with jars from my partners for this series!
Y’all are going to love this scarecrow jar fall craft idea. I have a thing for scarecrows this year so I just had to turn a mason jar into a cute little scarecrow. This is a great project to do with the kids or make a few for yourself to add to your fall decor. You can also add a gift inside for a fun way to give a hostess gift for fall parties. These are super simple to make so grab your mason jars and some burlap and get started.
Y’all are going to love this DIY farm play mat. If you are looking for a simple gift to give to your kids, this is the project for you! If y’all can believe it, my grandson will soon be one! Where does the time go? It seems like just yesterday I was hosting a baby shower and now I am making gifts for a soon to be toddler. He loves tractors and pushing them around on the floor so I thought why not try to make a DIY farm play mat. I found a few things online that made this project super simple and then thought I would share the whole thing here.
You can make this garden lighthouse in minutes and add it to your outdoor decor. Light up the night for the rest of summer with this fun DIY project. Add one or more of these fun lights to your garden or flower bed for a simple and easy way to light a path or show off your beautiful work. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid design team member but I am sharing here in case y’all missed it.
If you are looking for a boy’s room wall mural, look no further! I have a simple solution for you that will change up the look of any room in minutes. Plus there are TONS of options for interior personalization so you are sure to find something that your child will love. This post is sponsored by PIXERS however all projects and opinions are my own.
Who doesn’t love donuts? Jen Goode from 100 Directions is back this month with some cute donut tags that the kids are going to love! Get the free printable and learn how to turn it into tags below!
We love personalizing our stuff around my house. Today I’m going to show you how to make these cute donut tags. You can use these tags to personalize school supplies, add to a backpack or decorate a gift. I’m using a free donut printable that you can color yourself or print already colored. You can also make these tags using any kind of paper or printable. Use your favorite coloring pages or doodle a design on paper and tag fun tags. The kids can make their own tags with art they create too!
DIY football silhouette pillows can be a great addition to a boy’s room or even a man cave. For those that love football, these simple football pillows are a quick and easy DIY project. Use a freezer paper stencil to create this look easily and in minutes. Any shape can be added to a surface with this craft technique.
These football party photo booth props are perfect for any football party that you are throwing this fall. Customize them to reflect your favorite football team and use them again and again to cheer them on during this season’s games. Your guests will love using these fun props to become the star of the show.
A DIY burlap aisle runner is easier to make then you might think. I whipped up this beauty for my daughter’s wedding and I loved how it looked in the barn setting. Add a monogram and the couple’s name with my super simple method below. I even hunted around and figured out how to get the burlap for the cheapest price possible.