I’m a huge procrastinator when it comes to decorating. But this year I decided to get a jump on things so that I’m ready when it’s time to decorate for fall. Fun fact: Halloween is the second most-decorated holiday after Christmas.
These DIY decor ideas are sure to inspire you to fill your home with autumn’s colors.
It’s time to level up your fall home decor game with this amazing dollar store DIY craft. This wreath will provide the perfect fall accent, and use your imagination to create wreaths for other seasons and holidays.
This clever use of holiday napkins to decorate a candle holder is genius! It’s especially great if you have leftover napkins from last year. With a little bit of patience (separating napkins does take some time), you’ll be able to set the atmosphere for fall throughout your home.
Who doesn’t like fall pumpkin decorations? Problem with real pumpkins is they don’t last. But with this craft you can make your pumpkin this year and use it for years to come. They’re also cute and simple -- even I can make them!
Now that you’ve got yourself several carvable pumpkins from a dollar store (see above craft), you might as well get your Disney-on by transforming a few into little Minnie and Mickey Mouse pumpkins. With black and red paint and black craft foam, you can bring a dose of nostalgia to your decorations. M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E!
Not that we need a sign to be thankful, but with the season of Thanksgiving drawing near, we can create a reminder for ourselves and others. This rustic little sign will fit right in with all your fall decorations.
After a crazy year, isn’t it time to have a big shin-dig to celebrate all we are thankful for? These easy-to-make place cards will be fun for the kids to do and add a special touch to Thanksgiving dinner.
Halloween can be more fun than scary if you want it to be -- especially if you add a little country twang to it. Make this cute printable Halloween printable Halloween banneranner for your home or neighborhood Halloween party.
If you like pumpkins but want something a little less traditional, try making a pumpkin using gold tissue paper. You can get a foam or paper mache pumpkin and wrap it in gold tissue paper. Add some sparkly glitter and you’ve got an elegant pumpkin to decorate your home.
My handwriting is terrible! So, I like to convey a thoughtful message using these pretty metal words I can find at a dollar store. If your cursive writing isn’t very good either, consider this DIY Farmhouse craft as a way to share a lovely message.
Are you like me and love to get twice the bang for your buck? Well this little craft can do just that with this easy reversible fall sign. Decorate one side of the sign for Halloween and the other for fall. There you have it!
You don’t need to have creativity flowing through your veins to create something beautiful, like this Mason jar pumpkin fall home decor. I would never have thought of this, but someone did. This is so easy to do. Now, where are my Mason jars?
Want to welcome visitors to your home with a touch of fall? Why not do it with this fall wreath you can make after a trip to the dollar store. With a few dollars you can let all see fall has come to your home.
Fall comes with a cornucopia of color just outside your front door. You can let your door be an extension by adding this beautiful DIY fall wreath with just a few colorful flower bunches from the dollar store.
Want to find a way to repurpose an old pool noodle? How about this fabulous fall wreath! This craft opens all kinds of doors for decorating your front door. And it helps keep the garage a little less cluttered.
Want to know a great way to make your table look elegant? Make these beautiful, jeweled raffia and decoupage napkin rings with dollar store supplies. These will add a touch of class to your Thanksgiving Day feast.
Nature has the best decorations in the fall. The trees letting loose of their colorful leaves decorates the outside beautifully. But you can bring the outdoors indoors with this unique craft. Paint some leaves and twigs and put them in a decorative mason jar.
Want to give the wine connoisseur in your life an interesting fall decoration? Check out this DIY cork pumpkin craft. By using wine and champagne corks, you can make these interesting pumpkins that will definitely start conversations.
Here’s a craft that is so easy, and is guaranteed to make your Thanksgiving dinner table special. A magic marker and some dollar store fall leaves are all you need for these Thanksgiving place settings. If you have little ones who are learning to write, it would be extra special to let them do this for your guests.
We know the purpose of scarecrows is to scare birds away from the crops. But these cute little scarecrow decorations are too adorable to send outside. Instead create them to bring fun and brightness to your home.
I found this site that shares all kinds of ways that you can use wheat in your fall decorating. Nothing says fall like farmers bringing in the harvest. Even if you don’t live in a rural setting, you can bring the harvest inside with these great ideas.
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Wendi Warren is licensed professional clinical counselor, a certified human resources professional, a digital marketer, and founder of Wendi’s Weekend Trips & Whatnot blog. She and her husband, Bobby, live in Wooster, Ohio, with their pets. In her spare time, she freelances for Wooster Media Group LLC.
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