We’ve already seen the adorably creative things that Meghan from Our Pinteresting Family is able to make with baby food pouch lids HERE, but I just have to share what she’s made with them for Fall.
Here’s a fun Fall project that I think gives off a trendy tribal vibe. It’s wall art made from fallen leaves by Carmody at Paper & Fox.
There’s no need for seasonal decor to be costly. Cristina proves this with the stunning Halloween mantel she created using several repurposed objects at Remodelando la Casa. The thing that really got her creative juices flowing was this stash of crib parts that she had in her garage.
Here’s a whimsical craft perfect for Fall from Nancy at Our Peaceful Planet. She upcycled a plastic soda bottle and gathered materials from around the yard to make this sweet little gnome craft.
“I know we all can easily collect toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls-–especially when I order large amounts of TP and paper towels on Amazon,” says Maura at Happy Deal Happy Day. If you want to make a fun Fall wreath like hers, you’ll need to collect at least 30 toilet paper tubes.
Over at Stow & Tell U, Amy came up with a fun way to decorate for Fall on the cheap. She turned simple cardboard shoebox lids into chalkboards
A friend passed this old headboard along to Sara at Thrifty Treasures. Since the captain-style shelved headboard isn’t exactly cohesive with current decorating trends, she decided to repurpose it.
“I got this cabinet off the free section in Craigslist,” says Shanna of Restoration Redoux. “I had to remove hay out of it because the people had been storing it in