Make 35+ DIY fall decor ideas and create the cozy home you need as the temps cool! These autumn projects are easy AND budget friendly.
Marigold, rust, moss, orange . . . the colors of fall are definitely a favorite of mine. As the trees turn beautiful colors around me, I just feel happy! This is why I love making fall crafts so much; the colors are delightful and warm which I need as temperatures go down.
Supplies for Your Fall Projects
One thing I love about the seasons changing is the chance to change up the decorations around my house. I can surround myself with awesome colors and natural textures. I also enjoy adding a few new homemade items to the collection of things I bring out each year.
SO. Now I get to raid my craft supplies and pull out goodies that haven’t been used since last autumn! Here are some supplies you may want to have on hand for your own fall projects:
Who doesn’t love a good no carve pumpkin? I’ll be honest, I bought my pumpkins for crafts this year in July. If you’re lucky you can find them at Dollar Tree. But if you can’t, wait for sales or use coupons at the craft store. I love them in orange and white for autumn.
Warm colors and heavier fabrics are great for the cooler weather! Flannel, burlap, herringbone, leather, corduroy, and definitely felt.
Metallic Paint and Glitter
For most of the year I don’t use a lot of bling. BUT when it’s time for autumn, I love using metallic paints as well as glitter. My favorites are gold and copper (I typically use silver for Christmas).
Whether you raid your backyard, purchase online or just stick with faux items, you must have natural elements for fall projects.
Now that you know what supplies you may need, let me give you some inspiration. I’ve collected over 35 DIY fall ideas in a list below. Go ahead and scroll down. if you love autumn like I do, I guarantee the colors are going to make you happy!
DIY Fall Decor
Transform your home from summer to fall with just a few stylish touches. These 35+ seasonal decorating ideas will help you create the cozy, festive home you need as the temps begin to cool.
The nice thing about this acorn wreath is that these are faux acorns that look real – so you won’t have to spend hours collecting. However, if you do decide to go for real, learn how to dry acorns here.