At Thistlewood Farms, KariAnne has a Fall decor project that only takes a few minutes to make and uses up your scrap pieces of molding. What could be simpler or more convenient?
Over at Kristi’s Paintbrush, Kristi shares how she dressed up some plain old Mason jars for Fall. This is a simple decorating project made even easier by her detailed tutorial.
Why let a perfectly good pumpkin go rotten on your coffee table this fall….when you can “make a pumpkin with things that can easily be found at home?” asks Chiara at One O. She offers a great tutorial for making a pumpkin out of books.
Heather from Twin Dragonfly Designs came up with this darling Fall craft using classic alphabet blocks. She had some leftover from another project that she used, but tells us that she originally found her set at the thrift store.
At The Salvaged Boutique, Kathy was reminded of Fall when she spotted this forgotten wooden salad bowl in her storage room. She decided to bring it out of retirement and put it to use again.
“Anytime I can get crafty without having to go to the store is a good day for me,” confesses Selene at Restoration Beauty. She made this pretty cloche using items she already had on hand.
I love seeing things that people make from objects they’ve found in nature. One of my current favorite trends along these lines is the use of wood slices to make natural looking decor items. Here’s a gorgeous wreath that Laura of Finding Home put together using wood slices from a fallen birch branch.