Here are some fall homemade decorations and easy autumn decorations that are simple and beautiful. Many of them are also cheap. Autumn is my favorite time of year. I love the colors – oranges and browns – and the weather! And what fun! Hay rides, pumpkin picking, pumpkin carving! And yes, the decor, too.
DIY Fall Homemade Decorations: 25 Beautiful Ways To Celebrate The Season
- 1 DIY Fall Homemade Decorations: 25 Beautiful Ways To Celebrate The Season
- 1.1 Spray Painted Gourds
- 1.2 Shabby Chic Happy Fall Pumpkin Door Hanger
- 1.3 Easy DIY Fall Burlap Wreath
- 1.4 Shabby Chic Fall Wreath
- 1.5 DIY Thanksgiving Wreath
- 1.6 Pumpkin Checkers Game
- 1.7 Waxed Leaves
- 1.8 Waxed Leaf Garland
- 1.9 Apple Spice and Everything Nice Candle
- 1.10 A Wooden Pumpkin
- 1.11 Pumpkin Mason Jars
- 1.12 Pine Cone Vase with Fairy Lights
- 1.13 Metallic Foam Apple
- 1.14 Loom Knit Pumpkin
- 1.15 Pumpkin Beer Keg
- 1.16 Paper Pumpkins
- 1.17 Toilet Paper Pumpkins
- 1.18 Halloween Candy Jar
- 1.19 Fall Mason Jar
- 1.20 Terra Cotta Pumpkins
- 1.21 Fall Leaf Bowl
- 1.22 Painted Acorns
- 1.23 DIY Woodland Necklace
- 1.24 Fresh Apple Tea Lights
- 1.25 Mason Jar Lid Pumpkins
My own tutorial on how to make a beautiful metallic centerpiece. And yes, those are some cut flowers from my garden. These little guys make quite a beautiful statement on your table, especially if you put them atop a cake platter. I make these every year because they are my favorite fall homemade decorations!
I always forget about hanging things from my doors (except plastic grocery bags lol), so this is a fabulous fall decor. I love the blue color as well!
I’m also not too good with wreaths. My neighbor has gorgeous wreaths all year round, and I am so jealous. What I like about this wreath is that it is simple, yet looks good.
Here is another beautiful autumn wreath. I love the pumpkin focal point, and I imagine that you can make ones with different color schemes. This blogger used a white color scheme that came out gorgeous, but if you are into the orange and browns for the season, you could definitely do that as well.
This easy to do craft is for the kiddos (or adults who wanna be kiddos, like me!), and it comes with a free printable.
What a fantastic idea! All you need is some plywood and paint. I personally love the scarecrow too!
These leaves are so super cool! I love suggestion to string them into a leaf garland.
And here is that fantastic tutorial for you! Just as a side note, she has this embedded YouTube video called “Let Go of Perfection” … and how to have a simple summer. TOTALLY AWESOME! An idea I can definitely get behind.
I adore the scents of fall – apples, pumpkins, cinnamon. What could be nicer than making your house smell this great? Why, making an all-natural candle! I like the glass tea-cup too.
This wonderful tutorial is for those of us who know how to use a jigsaw or other type of hand-held saw like that. You might also be able to make this from pallets, but I’m not that good at wood art, so it’s better to check with the expert on this one!
I love this craft, and I love that her 14 year old daughter made it even more. Her daughter definitely got that creative gene.
Fall and apples go hand in hand. Like warm apple pie … and apples.
For those who love to knit, this might be the crafty idea for you. I’m definitely sure that you can convert to a crochet or hand-knitting pattern.
Pumpkin Beer Keg
Pretty sure beer never looked so good.
These would also make a very cool garland, but you could also use them for place settings or just on top of the table.
Pumpkins for your bumpkins.
These are just way too cute. And it looks really easy, with some flower pots, glue, and paint.
I love the silhouette of these mason jars, and I definitely think they would be good for candy too. The vibrant colors are a nice touch.
This craft is super easy because all you need is to put on the pumpkin handle!
Fall Leaf Bowl
This is a beautiful centerpiece.
How about putting these painted acorns into that fall leaf bowl?
For those who have better crafting talents than I, this acorn project is gorgeous!
This is a great way to make little tea lights. I bet you could sprinkle some apple spice scent (essential oils) into the tea lights for an extra added bonus.
This looks super easy if you have a bunch of empty mason jar lids around.
Would you use any of these easy and cheap fall decorations?
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