I love this wreath made by Desiree of The 36th Avenue. Not only is it a lovely piece of Autumn decor, it’s made from upcycled materials!
At The DIY Mommy, Christina made a pretty fall wreath using materials from her recycling bin and her scrap fabric stash. ” It was a complete experiment, but I’m pleasantly surprised with how pretty it turned out to be,” Christina says.
When Moni of Zu Haus At Home was recovering from dental surgery, she needed a quick and easy project to keep her hands busy and her mind off of the discomfort. Luckily, she remembered this old tray she’d been storing.
Tired of paying lots of money for art canvas? Here’s a novel idea for showcasing your artistic abilities without spending a dime. All it takes is a walk outside to gather a few fallen leaves. This cute craft idea comes from Elise at Grow Creative.
At her blog, Becoming Martha, Sarah shares a delightful idea for repurposing and reusing some typical Spring decor for the current season, Fall. She figured out how to turn plastic Easter eggs into Autumn acorns!
At Design, Dining + Diapers, Taryn was putting together a pretty Autumn vignette. “After having it almost complete I felt that it was lacking a statement piece, so I went into my garage to see what I had to work with,” she says. In the garage, a simple piece of stained wood caught Taryn’s eye, and inspiration struck.
Emily blogs over at The Benson Street. She came up with an adorable Halloween centerpiece that made use of several things she already had on hand…and I bet that you have some of the same supplies or could find them easily.
When Barb from Second Chance to Dream spotted this metal door basket at Goodwill, it had been marked down so far that it was almost free. It was sporting stars and stripes that had seen better days.