DIY Fall Crafts Ideas - Fall Decorating Projects - Centerpieces, Wall Decor, Pumpkin Art and Fall Wreaths
Ready for fall? I am too, and I decided I needed some awesome DIY fall home decor to show the world. Pretty pumpkins and arrangements made with autumn colors are some of my favorites to decorate with. Bring out the best of fall with these awesome DIY projects to celebrate the season. From centerpieces and wreaths to creative vases and floral ideas, these DIY projects for fall are sure to impress. Complete with easy to follow step by step tutorials, these crafty projects range from easy to elegant, fun to fabulous. Every single one is perfect for fall, so choose some of your favorites to make this weekend. These easy fall DIY projects allow you to bring in all the best of autumn, from fall mason jar crafts with dried leaves, pumpkins, flowers, burlap crafts and rich colors.
When it comes to fall crafts for home decor, one of my favorite ways to decorate is with creative table decor. Since the weather starts getting cooler and the holidays are coming, I know people will spend more time indoors, especially at the dinner table, come time for Thanksgiving. My choice for a DIY fall centerpiece is usually one I can keep for Thanksgiving decor, even if I move it off of the dining table to another place in my house. This fall flower arrangement features a distressed can that is super easy to make but looks better than the vases I’ve seen in stores. My local craft store has been trying to copy this project from Pinterest, but mine looks way better than the one they wanted $35 for. Make this DIY with Faux Flowers or real, either way you will love having it to decorate your table for the season.
Here’s an easy craft idea for fall which can be made in minutes. I love decorating with leaves, since the colors are so rich and pretty, plus they look festive with most any style of home decor. Learn how to make a garland with faux leaves you can pick up at Michaels, Joanns, Walmart or order from an online craft store. String them up and hang this DIY garland over your fall tablescape.
For a creative rustic decor idea, look no further than this wood stick pumpkin wall art. A fall craft project that is free to make, you need no artistic skills to make a stick pumpkin for you fall decorating. A nice addition to all-white decor and farmhouse homes, this DIY project for fall looks super with all sorts of home decor.
If you want a pretty DIY decor idea for autumn that can be used year round, rustic fall mason jar crafts like this one should be at the top of your list. Add dried leaves to the distressed box and come springtime, you can swap the leaves for flowers or something bright and cheery. I love adding candles and lighting to my fall centerpieces, so this creative candle holder really spoke to me. Of all the fall decorating ideas I’ve made, I really do think this has to be my favorite because it gets so much use year round.
For some reason, I always think you need some chalkboard art in your fall decor mix. I love the look of rustic farmhouse crafts year round, but fall is a time for family gatherings, and handwritten chalkboard messages look so charming and welcoming to all of your guests. Make this DIY fall decor idea from an old cabinet door or an old window shutter would work, too. Then, you can pick up and old picture frame from a thrift store and some dried berry foliage so you’ll have what you need.
In the fall, I have lots of friends and family in my house, and almost all of us are coffee drinkers. If we don’t drink coffee, there is always another hot beverage on the table. These cute drink kozies help everyone identify their cup while sharing sweet messages that welcome them. Made with gorgeous fall colored felt, these insulated drink sleeves also make darling DIY gifts. When it comes to creative DIY projects for fall, this one has to be the cutest I’ve seen lately.
Pumpkins make the best DIY planters for fall decorating, and I love adding all sorts of flowers to my new pumpkin floral arrangement. I’ve done this for many years with a real pumpkin I scooped out, but using a faux pumpkin that does not rot is so much smarter and will last as long as your flowers do.
When it comes to fall craft ideas I love the more casual look of rustic decor, even if most of my other furnishings are modern. Fall is a time for gathering family and friends together, and I think this informal look is more welcoming. This wooden pumpkin centerpiece looks great on a dining table, the mantel or by your front door. Put it out front with you Halloween decor and bring it in for the rest of the season.