When the color of the leaves change outside, it might be time to change up your colors inside. The colors of Fall are easiest to incorporate with decorative accents. However, you don’t have to go out and buy all new decor. Instead, try some Fall crafts that are geared toward warm home decor. I have come up with a collection of craft ideas that can easily transform your home for the Fall season.
Previously, I posted a collection of 100 ways to decorate for Fall using natural items like pumpkins, wheat, and corn. However, these Fall crafts focus on other types of warm decor. For these projects, you may want to gather up some burlap, colored paper, warm paint colors, and fabric. Basically, any material that will highlight the rustic Fall colors.
If your idea of decorating in Autumn is simply to set out pumpkins, then you will want to check out all of the creative ways to decorate pumpkins for more style. But, I’m guessing that once you decorate a pumpkin or two, you will be ready for a few more Fall crafts! This collection of craft ideas include tutorials that are really simple to do. The nice part is that they can also be done on a budget. So, check out the list and start tackling one or two. You will be happy with your new Fall decor.
Collection Of Easy Fall Crafts
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Fun Fall Craft: Painted Acorns
A warm, copper, metallic paint gives an ordinary dried acorn some glizty Autumn warmth. Painted acorns are great for using in a candle display, a bowl filler, or simply scattered for some easy Fall decor. When I search for acorns, the caps are a lot of the time separated from the nut. This just makes it easier to paint in two different colors after drying. A white painted top brightens the acorns up and gives them a more chic look.
Striped And Polka Dot Wood Post Pumpkins
I am such a huge fan of polka dots! When you combine dots with DIY rustic decor it is a total win win. These creative pumpkins are made from wood posts and branches. The stripes and polka dots give them such a fun and cheery look for the season.
Do you want some pumpkins that you can use year after year. It’s really easy to design your own using fabric. I love the idea of making a trio in different sizes and fabrics. Using fabric to bring in Fall colors is a lot of fun with the huge variety of fabrics to choose from. With this pumpkin project, you don’t even need to use a sewing machine! And, with the branches for stems, you get a rustic look as well.
Fall Burlap Wreath
Burlap is already warm and rustic. It’s a great base for making a Fall wreath. To add in some Fall color, just make a bow using colored burlap. I really like a patterned bow, like this one, for a cheery design. The form that is used for this burlap wreath is a straw form versus a wire form. I like the technique which is easier than it looks.
Spicy Fall Centerpiece
As far as Fall crafts go, this is definitely one of the more easy ones. It’s actually more of a task of collecting and assembling. Shop your favorite antique store for old spice tins with warm colors. Then add fresh flowers that coordinate with the tins. For a more permanent design, use artificial flowers instead. Just cut floral foam to fit the inside of the tins and poke your stems through.
Painted Burlap Fall Table Runner
An easy way to change up your Fall decor in the dining room is to switch up the table runner. You can easily craft your own Fall table runner using burlap and craft paints. The fun design really makes this runner pop. An additional craft idea is to wrap some yarn or embroidery thread around some branches to use in a centerpiece. The look is warm but also fun and whimsical.
Paper Leaf And Branch Mobile
If you don’t have access or don’t want to use fallen leaves from the yard, make your own version using colored paper. This is a great way to get the look of the Autumn season right inside your home. I am a big fan of decorating with branches and this mobile is a fun and creative way to do just that.
Rustic Wood Fall Sign Craft
This Fall sign project really stood out to me for being super creative warm and rustic. The leaf cutout sets it apart as something special. If you are good with a jig saw, then this project is for you!
Salvaged Wood Fall Pumpkins
Reclaimed wood and a warm stain is the perfect recipe for making decorative Fall pumpkins. Use them on your fireplace mantel, a table, or even outside by the door. They are sure to warm up your space and give it a rustic appeal.
Wine Cork Pumpkin Decor
I have always been a fan of wine cork crafts. If you tend to collect a lot of them, it’s nice to be able to give them a new use. This wine cork pumpkin is so cute. And, it’s super easy to make.
Painted Mason Jar Fall Centerpieces
Mason jars have such a sweet vintage look. When you paint them, you can really match them up with the rest of your decor. Although you could paint them in a variety of warm colors for Fall, a neutral white will go with everything. The burlap helps to warm these up and the pale sunflowers give them the right look for Fall.
Fall Crafts: DIY Signs
Wooden signs in the home are always popular. For the Fall season, make some up with a Fall theme. I love to use freezer paper for transferring images to wood. Once you design your sign using Photoshop or Word, you can use the technique to easily transfer the design to your wood.
Farmhouse Style Beaded Pumpkin Craft
Farmhouse style decorating is so popular and often includes some strands of beads. This project goes one step further by shaping the beads into a festive pumpkin. Who wouldn’t want to set this out for the entire Fall season!
Festive Fall Gourd Candle Holders
All It takes is a drill and some tea lights to transform gourds into a a group of festive candles for your table. The variety of different shapes and colors make this such an eye appealing addition.
More Ideas For Fall Crafts
If you are looking for more Fall craft ideas, make sure to check out the following posts which will provide plenty more inspiration. Find general Fall decor as well as ideas for both Halloween and Thanksgiving.