Autumn has finally arrived, which means it's time to get your DIY on. Fall DIYs like these are great because they're easy to make and they add a nice finishing touch to your autumn decor. The best part is that they all can be customized - for example you could add a monogram by painting your initials onto your finished project. They would also make excellent Fall Porch Decor Ideas. With these fall crafts, you can celebrate everything autumnal. From pumpkin crafts to mason jar crafts, there's something for everyone to enjoy. So take inspiration from these ideas and get ready to create.
Transform scrap wood into these adorable wooden pumpkins that will look stunning in your home.
- Scrap wood
- paint brush
Take your scrap wood and check that it is in the shape you want. If not you can use a saw to get your desired shape. Sand it down and apply your paint. Then you can add details such as the face. Once dry, place your wood pumpkin family in your desired space.
Coffee can jack 'o' lantern
This is a great one for coffee lovers who may have many old coffee cans lying around. If you are looking for a fun recycled craft - then try your hands at transforming tins into objects of art.
- coffee cans
- glue gun
- faux flowers
First paint your can orange and allow to dry. You can then paint the cute face details on. Once complete, hot glue ribbon or trim around the top. You can now place faux flowers in and pop it in a place you can enjoy.
This adorable Terracotta Candy Jar is sure to delight your trick-or-treaters. Resembling candy corn, which is a very popular Halloween candy, it is a fun craft that kids can enjoy making too.
- 4 1/2″ pot
- 5 1/2″ saucer
- masking tape
- wooden 3/4″ ball
- craft paint
- candy corn
- round jar with lid
The first thing you need to do is paint your clay pots. Use masking tape as a guide for the lines. The lid of the jar and saucer should be painted orange to match the candy corn center while the wooden ball is painted yellow. Once dry you can paint a face on and use hot glue to attach the upside saucer to the jar lid and the wooden ball to the top center. The jar lid goes inside the upside saucer. Hot glue the candy jar securely to the top of the clay pot and fill it with candy.