5 DIY PROJECTS FOR FALL
It’s never too early to start getting your home ready for fall.
It’s already September! And once the back-to-school craze has ended, the holidays will be quickly upon us. Time to start thinking about getting your home ready for all your guests now, so when holiday time arrives you can sit back and enjoy time with your family. Here are five simple do-it-yourself projects to help make your fall a little more fun and satisfying:
Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkins
Cute and easy! You can easily complete this project from It’s Always Autumn with items you already have around the house and they’ll add a nice fall feel to your home without all the hassle. This project doesn’t require hot glue or craft knives, so it’s also a perfect craft project for the kids.
Minimalistic Fall Wreath
Another simple project that’s full of style and fall spirit! If you’re not big on putting “FALL” in big bold letters all around your house, then this project by 2 Bees in a Pod for you.
Easy Fall Centerpiece
Check out this Better Homes & Gardens project that is sure to keep the holiday spirit in your home. Everyone will love this holiday centerpiece and will be shocked to learn that you made it yourself!
Paper Leaf Mobile
This is a fun and easy way to add texture to your fall wall. This piece by Happiness is Homemade, will move around and look beautiful on any wall. Plus, it won’t cost you a lot of time or money to make!
Cinnamon Stick Candles
Home Stories A to Z has a quick way to make any old candle look AMAZING. You can use these candles as a centerpiece, place a few on your coffee table or spread them throughout your home. Once you see how easy these are to make, you won’t be able to stop!
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