“I was swinging my daughter on her swing in our backyard when I noticed the few leaves that had fallen from our tree,” says Selene at Restoration Beauty. The leaves captured her imagination, so as soon as they were done swinging, Selene scooped up her daughter and a few of the leaves and got crafty.
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.
Here’s a delightful little project from Meghan of Our Pinteresting Family. She likes to use the squeezable pouch baby foods when she and the kids are on the go. “They have the colorful twist-off tops on them, and I have been collecting them, hoping to use them for crafts,” Meghan tells us.
At Home.Made.Interest, Melinda tells us that she found this wood in the scrap pile at Home Depot. She brought it home with plans to turn it into some wall art for her gallery wall.
Corinna blogs at For My Love Of. There, she shares an idea for creating art from nature. In Corinna’s case, she had some beautiful agate slices leftover from another craft project.
Taryn of Design, Dining + Diapers has been decorating her daughter’s bedroom. She found an excellent source for inexpensive art when she repurposed an old calendar.
At her blog, Roubinek Reality, Jamie admits that she had antlers in her house before they were cool. Married to a hunter, “I fought it for a long time and had rules about where they could be hung and how many. But recently, his antler collection he’s had in the garage has started to grow on me,” she explains.
When Bethany of Pitter and Glink spotted this framed goose embroidery art, she was drawn to it for two reasons. First, her grandmother loved geese. And second, oval frames are hard to come by! She snatched this one right up for 50 cents, gees and all.