Fall is in the air, and that means it’s time to start thinking about DIY projects!
I’ve gathered with nine other talented bloggers, hosted by Rachel @thepondsfarmhouse, to bring you some of the best DIY projects for the fall season.
If you came over from Kim’s blog @cottageinthemitten, welcome! Didn’t you just love her fresh pumpkin with the mums? I will be adding a few of those to my front porch this year.
Grab a cup of coffee and settle in for some inspiration.
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How to make a DIY Magnolia Fall Centerpiece in a Pumpkin Frame
Have you seen those adorable pumpkin wreaths at your local craft stores? They’re so cute, and I used two of these to create a 3D pumpkin arrangement with fresh magnolia branches, faux magnolia blooms, and a few branches of dried pods. You can read the full tutorial on my blog HERE.
Not only does this arrangement look great on your table, but the smell of the cinnamon will make your house smell so good.
The magnolias on my dishes were the perfect inspiration for my fall tablescape.
I pulled the colors together with green, gold, and brown, and used natural burlap linens to tie it all together. The result was a warm and inviting tablescape that was perfect for a fall gathering.
Here are some specific details about my tablescape:
- The salad dishes were a white ceramic with magnolia blossoms painted in shades of green, gold, and brown on top of a gold plate and a wood charger.
- The table runner was a natural burlap with place mats to match.
- The napkins were a linen blend in a natural color.
- The centerpiece was my simple arrangement of fall foliage, including magnolia leaves, white magnolias, and seed pods.
- I added a few candles to add some warmth and ambiance to the table.
Budget-Friendly, Sustainable Fall Pillow Project | The Ponds Farmhouse
If you like unique one-of-a-kind home decor, Rachel will show you how to make the cutest pumpkin pillow made from scrap fabrics. This no-sew project is so easy anyone can do it.
Hanging Door Basket | Simply2Moms
Fall is the perfect time of year to get creative and spruce up your home with seasonal decor. AnnMarie and Anne from Simply2Moms show you exactly how to replicate this look. Follow these simple steps to assemble a beautiful autumn-inspired door basket.
Hydrangea Wreath | Bricks ‘n Blooms
Looking for ways to decorate your home for fall on a dime? Wait until you see how easy it is to make this simple hydrangea wreath for free with my good friend Stacy from Bricks ‘n Blooms.
Pumpkin Topiaries | Midwest Life and Style
Are you looking for an easy idea to dress up your front porch this fall? My friend Jen will show you how to make these DIY pumpkin topiaries. They are so simple to make and a fall craft that will last for years to come.
Fresh Pumpkin Planter | Cottage in the Mitten
Let my talented friend Kim show you a new way to display your fall mums. Planting a mum in a real pumpkin is a fun and easy way to add a touch of fall to your home. With little care, your mums will thrive all season long.
Terra Cotta Pumpkins | Cottage on Bunker Hill
Create your own version of the viral Pottery Barn terra cotta pumpkins for a fraction of the price! Follow this step-by-step tutorial from Jennifer to make this popular Fall decoration for your home.
Pumpkin Tiered Tray | Amy Sadler Designs
Put a new spin on an old favorite, using a few terracotta pumpkins to make a beautiful tiered tray!
Floating Candles | The Tattered Pew
Looking for a quick and thrifty Fall craft project? This DIY faux pumpkin with floating votives is an easy and inexpensive way to spice up your indoor our outdoor spaces this fall.
Decoupage Pumpkins | Eleanor Rose Home
Transform plain pumpkins into vibrant fall masterpieces using the art of decoupage with this step by step guide to decoupage pumpkins with paper napkins for stunning, personalized autumn decor.
And here are just a few more fall DIY inspirations that can all be found on my blog.
I hope these projects are getting you in the mood for fall and you are ready to start your favorite DIY project.
Next up on our blog hop is my friend Amy @amysadlerdesigns. You will love her darling pumpkin tiered tray. It is the perfect DIY if you plan on doing some entertaining this autumn.
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