I know it’s only August and we’ll still have a few days of 100 degree or higher temperatures. But I’m ready to start decorating for fall! How about you? So today I’ve gathered up five quick and easy farmhouse style DIY fall decor ideas from some of my blogging friends.
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Easy DIY Fall Decor Ideas
This basket wreath would make a great late summer/early fall transition piece if you’re not ready to get completely into the pumpkins and fall leaves. Beautiful and easy! Plus it’s a great recycling project for your old newspapers… if anyone even reads newspapers anymore!
Another super cute and super EASY DIY project! Take a look at ALL the projects on Shannon’s blog. It’s amazing!
I think I want to make a bunting fall banner like this… what should mine say?
This is a great upcycling project with things you probably already have around the house. This is the same technique I used to make my sisal tissue box this summer, too. Talk about EASY! It just takes a little patience.
Oh, my goodness, this is a CUTE project!!! Perfect to get the fall scent into areas of your home or even your car. Time to pull out the felt and embroidery thread!
6 DIY Fall Decorations
Well, just maybe I saved the best for last. I love this blogger’s style and on this post, she shared SIX DIY fall decorations for under $6.00 each! Wow… take a look.
More Fall Decorating Ideas
- 21 Pumpkin Crafts with Repurposed Items
- Fall Wreaths
- Easy Fall Signs to Make Yourself!
- 30 Easy DIY Acorn Crafts
- Our Rustic Craft Supplies — Make your own fall decor!
Thanks so much for reading my blog! I’d love for you to leave a comment and let me know which was your favorite project. Even if you didn’t like any of them… let me know what you WOULD like to see.
‘Til the next project,