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13 Fabulous Fall Decor Projects

Make Fall projects to decorate your mantel, front porch, doors, whatever. These projects are easy to put together; some can be used year-round for any season. Also, some of the decor is made with nonpermanent products, making it simple to reuse the pieces as they were originally or decorate them for another season.

1. Flannel Wreath

How to make a flannel wrapped Fall wreath in 10 minutes

The wreath takes about 10 minutes to make. I used a wreath form and leaf garland from Dollar Tree, a plaid flannel shirt from Goodwill, and ribbon from Hobby Lobby (on sale, of course). I have in-process photos and a tutorial, plus I made a video showing the whole thing.

2. Quilt Block Pumpkins

How to make dreamy pink and blue DIY pumpkins using a recycled quilt and pom pom fringe  

Create really cool DIY pumpkins using recycled wood, an old quilt, and pom-pom fringe. A quilt I bought at an estate sale was my inspiration for these pumpkins. Using this technique, you can decorate other items with old quilts, not just seasonal ones!

3. Paint Pour Marbled Pot

how to make a pot look like marble with the paint pour technique
This paint-pour technique requires no harsh chemicals like some do. You can use multiple colors and different color combos to make each project piece unique. I marbled a terra cotta or clay pot using this paint pour or dirty pour technique.

4. Mini “Mummy” Candy Crate

paint a wood crate for Fall decorating

I decorated the mini wood crate with a mummy design for Halloween and the tape decorations can be changed with the seasons/holidays. Reuse and Recycle! The crate is holding some of our favorite Halloween treats.

5. Spider Web Grill Grate

spider web made using a grill grate

The project is super easy. I found the grill grate at the junk shop and decided it looked just like a spider web. I added clip-on spiders from Wal-Mart, and that was about it.

6. Tiered Centerpiece

monkey pod tiered tray spray painted with metallic paint and filled with pumpkins

This tiered wood centerpiece looks great after an update with metallic gold spray paint. When I spotted it I knew all it needed was a little love. I want you to know that almost anything you find at the junk store can be made beautiful. Sometimes all it takes is a can of spray paint…..metallic spray paint….to make anything better.

7. Sweater Pumpkins

make soft plush pumpkins

I covered foam pumpkins with thrift store sweaters to make these recycled sweater pumpkins. I have to say they are much prettier than the plush pumpkins I  spotted at Anthropologie for $42. Would you pay $42 for one smallish plush pumpkin? Not me. I made 3 sweater-covered pumpkins for less than $8.

8. Jack-O-Lantern Watering Can

watering can jack o lantern Fall Halloween display
Make a watering can Jack O Lantern. If you don’t have a watering can grab a large pail, tin bucket, or something similar. Use Duck Tape for the design then remove it when Halloween is over. Reuse and Repurpose.

9. Wood Block Pumpkins

How to make DIY wood block pumpkins for Fall decorating

I made a few wood pumpkins in 2014 and decided to use the rest of my yard sale rosette blocks this Fall. I made a total of 18 wood pumpkins, three reclaimed wood pumpkins, and 15 wood rosette pumpkins. They’re painted various colors, and I added tree limb “stems” and pretty ribbon decorations.

10. Rustic Fall Sign

Rustic home decor sign made with Chalk Couture transfers and paste.

Making this rustic home decor wall sign was so much fun and the whole project took less than 30 minutes. I made a video for you guys too. The sign looks great hanging on the wall or hanging on a Fall wreath over our mantel which is where I have it now.

11. Scarf Wreath

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If you’re looking for a simple and inexpensive project, you came to the right place. My 5-minute scarf wreath is made from 2 thrifty items that cost less than three bucks. The infinity scarf that came from Goodwill was only 99 cents.

12. White Fall Farmhouse Decor

Fall Farmhouse style decor

Find a few things around the house or in your garage and dry brush them white. It only takes a few minutes! Then buy some mums and pumpkins and put together a cool Fall farmhouse decor display.

13. No Carve Pumpkin Decorations

how to decorate a pumpkin for Fall home decor

As you can tell from my earlier projects, I love working with tape of all kinds. I like black electrical tape, designer Duck Tape, and car detailing tape,to decorate all kinds of items because the tapes are not permanent! Remove the tape and put a new seasonal design on your piece.

UP Next- 13 Delightful DIY Pumpkin Ideas

wood block pumpkins
Wood Block Pumpkins

Let’s face it: nothing says Fall like pumpkins. I love real pumpkins but they don’t last long and it’s an expense you have every year. Making DIY pumpkins from things you have on hand saves money, plus you have unique decor made in your own personal style.

13 Delightful DIY Pumpkins Created With Reclaimed And Recycled Materials

Next Up – 5 Minute Fall Projects

favorite Halloween treat salted peanuts and candy corn

It only takes 5 minutes to do each of these Fall projects. Lazy. That’s me. I tell you guys that all the time. Wait until you see these lazy girl Fall projects. You’ll be wanting to start on these projects before you get halfway through the photos. 5 Minute DIY Fall Home Decor Ideas

Good Food – Sausage Wonton Appetizers

Baked wonton wrappers with Sausage and Ranch Dressing Mixture

These Ranch Dressing Sausage Wontons Appetizers are a family favorite. Make it birthdays, anniversaries, any celebration! The addition of red pepper flakes gives them just the right amount of heat. I teamed up with some of my blogging friends to share our favorite party recipes. Ranch Dressing Sausage Wontons Appetizer Recipe

Author: Kathy Owen
Kathy Owen is the founder of the home decor blog Petticoat Junktion where she shares tutorials on painting furniture and upcycling thrifty finds into unique home décor. Her DIY projects have been featured on the Home Depot Blog, Plaid Crafts, Behr Designer Series, and in numerous magazines. Kathy’s newest website is HappyHomeDIY.com

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