21 Easy And Fun DIY Crafts For Fall | Fall Decor Ideas
If you want to have your home looking like the season, make one or all of these DIY crafts for fall. It’s the perfect time of the year to start some DIY fall decor and other easy craft projects. I always take this time to find interesting fall season crafts to keep me busy all season long. So if you’re also looking for some fall decor ideas and crafts, here are a few to get you started. These DIY crafts for fall will keep you and your kids busy indeed. From DIY fall decorations to easy DIY craft projects, we have you covered. I’m sure you’ll enjoy these fantastic DIY crafts for fall!
DIY Crafts For Fall | Make Your Home Fall Ready
1. One Hour Harvest Wreath
Got an hour? If you can spare it, you’ll have this DIY wreath hanging on your front door in no time. So if you haven’t adorned your door with a wreath, this one-hour harvest wreath is what you need to ring in the season.
2. DIY Leaf Bowl
How about a simple fall craft that has a real touch of fall? This DIY leaf bowl is kissed by nature that will instantly turn into a fall favorite.
3. Carved Pumpkins
Can you think of anything more fundamentally fall than carved pumpkins adorning your yard or porch? Carving pumpkins requires a working space, so you can lay newspapers on your working area to easily get rid of the mess. Take a hint from the impressive infographic above and carve the perfect Jack-O-Lantern for your porch!
4. Autumn Leaf Mason Jar Candle Holder
This beautiful craft only needs fall leaves, Mod Podge, a sponge brush, and clean mason jars. Apply some Mod Podge on each leaf and stick them one by one into the mason jar. Make sure to stick the leaves in a layer and pattern to create a neat design. This easy craft may take a couple of hours to dry, but when it completely dries out, you can put candles inside and watch them glow.
5. DIY Wood Block Letters
I definitely love turning trash into treasure! These DIY wood block letters say everything about fall– it’s festive, frugal, and versatile. The DIYer provides a step-by-step tutorial with pictures, so you can do it in a breeze.
6. Ombre Pinecone
Paint has the power to transform something ordinary into something beautifully unique. Get some acrylic paint in three or four different shades of the same color, then in a gradient, paint the tips of your pinecones.
7. DIY Mercury Glass Pumpkin
If you want your pumpkin to stand out, then you’ve to try this amazing DIY mercury glass pumpkin. You can easily recreate these lovely beauties because the tutorial comes with every detail you may ever need, and beautiful pictures to spark your imagination.
8. Painted Wood Slice Pumpkins
If you don’t have the luxury of time to carve pumpkins, these painted wood slice pumpkins will do the trick and save you tons of time. Simply purchase some wooden plaques from a craft store, then paint it orange and add some embellishment. Voila! You got yourself the cutest pumpkin, and it was super easy to make. You can create a little collection in just one afternoon.
9. Wood And Burlap Fall Wreath
This wood and burlap fall wreath is nature at its best! I’m sure by simply looking at it, you want to create one for yourself. So natural and wonderful!
10. The Thankful Tree
The fall season brings tons of reasons to be thankful! This thankful tree will give your home a fall decor to reckon with. Be thankful to the One who blessed us all!
11. Indian Corn Vase
Now this DIY Indian corn vase will add a bit of that wonderful fall feeling to any space you put it. So you know what to do if you have too much Indian corn — create a beautiful vase of course! It will look stunning in your entryway or as a centerpiece.
12. Tin Punched Votive Candles
Spell out your gratitude with these tin punched votive candles for Thanksgiving or other fall words like “boo” or “autumn” depending on when you want to use them to decorate. That sounds like pretty amazing, unlimited possibilities — so go crazy with your creativity!
13. Fall Leaf Book Page Banner
The beauty of simplicity at its finest is in this fall leaf book page banner. If you love the vintage and country vibe, this easy fall craft is what you need to complete your fall decor. These are easy fall paper crafts for decorating for fall on a budget!
14. Fall Leaf Streamer
Nothing beats the real beauty of nature’s gifts! If you want to experience using actual fall greenery, don’t miss any detail in making this blustering fall leaf streamer.
15. Jeweled Pumpkins
What do you see when you look at a plain pumpkin? If you’re thinking what I’m thinking, I’m looking at the potential star for my fall home decor. Spruce up yours with sparkly rhinestones and glitter and have a glamorous take on fall.
16. Yarn Pumpkins
Let your kiddos’ little hands lend you some help in making these yarn pumpkins. You can use this to make their room more festive during the fall. Well, you can actually have this adorning any part of your house.
17. Fall Table Centerpiece
Prepare your dining table to have a blast for the season. This easy to make DIY fall table centerpiece will surely bring the fall spirit into your home.
18. Painted Acorns
Here’s another amazing fall craft you can use as the perfect opportunity to bond with your little ones: painted acorns. Fall is the perfect time to get out and enjoy nature at its best, so don’t forget to collect acorns along the way. Once you get home you can go big jazzing them up with some acrylic paint, then put them in a glass bowl for some fun, festive fall flair.
19. Homemade Pinecone Bird Feeders
Invite your feathered friends to dwell in your yard for some time this fall by making them homemade pinecone bird feeders. They’ll surely have a whimsical feast with bird seed, peanut butter, twine, and pinecones.
20. DIY Color Wrapped Wheat
The possibilities of these DIY color wrapped wheat are endless. You can have it on your table or mantel, outside to jazz up a wreath or garland. It’s a very easy craft, so you can make a ton for a traditional rustic decor with a colorful modern twist.
21. Cardboard Box Spiders
These creepy spiders are super fun and easy to make from just pipe cleaners and cardboard. Your adorable little ones can make a few to hang in their rooms