Celebrate a love of fall and crafting with this collection of 18 leaf crafts ranging from sewing to knitting to decoupage.
One of my favorite things about fall is the colors – the oranges, the reds, the yellows. I find them absolutely beautiful! Nothing embodies fall more to me than the leaves turning. So right now I am so inspired by fall crafts, and in particular, fall leaf crafts!
None of these crafts use *real* leaves, but they all have leaves incorporated in some way, whether it be fake ones from the dollar store or felt ones cut out using a pattern. If you love leaf crafts, you’re going to love this collection of ideas. Scroll down to see them!
Fall Leaf Crafts
It’s so easy to make this faux leaf bowl from a craft store garland and Mod Podge.
This is one of the easiest fall decorations I’ve ever seen – simply spray paint leaves and frame.
Use an old book with yellowed pages and the included leaf template to make a gorgeous vintage wreath.
Find the instructions at Martha Stewart
Leaf Cling Vase
Though these amazing leaves look real, they are actually Mod Podge clings tinted with food coloring.
Get the step-by-step at Gingerbread Snowflakes
These one-of-a-kind pincushions are made using fabric and felt.
Falling Leaves Mosaic
You’ll turn a small frame into a fall shadowbox using jeweled leaf shape rhinestones.
Use a few different shades of cork to make this simple trivet!
Use bright fall colors and the leaf templates to make this cute leaf garland (and kids can help!).
See how it was made at Inspirations By D
This teenie leaf keychain made from faux leather would look fabulous on a purse or the end of a zipper.
Wax candle sleeves, cardstock and spray adhesive come together to make these festive autumn candles.
Use dollar store doilies to make these fabulous napkin rings.
Give Thanks Pillow
I love how Amy used bright and fun patterned fabrics to make this fall themed pillow.
Use beautiful shades of orange and brown felt to create fall leaves coasters.
Get crazy colorful by incorporating felt leaves in bold shades into a simple door wreath.
If you love to snuggle up in cooler weather with a good book, then these handmade bookmarks will be perfect for you.
You can create this canvas using real leaves or fake. It’s one of the easiest fall leaf crafts ever!
This tutorial will show you how to cut and glitter pretty paper leaves for an awesome table centerpiece.
Table Scatter Jewelry
Make jewelry using pieces of autumn table scatter, which you can typically buy in bulk for a small price.
Use dollar store leaves and felt to make a beautiful and inspirational fall crown.