8 Inexpensive Craft Ideas that Will Transform Your Space This Fall
Just like most of you, I can’t wait to get started in setting up my fall decorations. Since we’re mostly staying at home now, it’s always a good idea to spend some time in reorganizing our house to welcome the new season. But decorating doesn’t always mean spending a lot of money in decoration. In fact, what I really love about decorating is that you can bring your creative ideas to life by using cheap and affordable craft supplies and things we commonly find around the house.
If you want to transform your space this fall, here are some awesome and inexpensive craft ideas that you should start working on.
1. Wreath it Up
You know it’s that time of the year when you start seeing nice wreaths hanging by the door. You don’t have to buy a new one this year. It’s time to get creative. Why not use some autumn leaves or dried up corns and form a wreath to get that autumn look and feel. It’s super aesthetic plus additional points for being resourceful.
2. Make the Most Out of Your Pumpkins
Oh it’s pumpkin season, alright! Make the most out of it. Grab some pumpkins and let’s get decorating. You can use some paint to make them more colorful or just keep ‘em plain – your call. You can also stock them up and place them by the door or use mini pumpkins as centerpieces. You can also carve out the pumpkin, and use it as a flower vase.
3. Go crazy with Garlands
If you want to add more drama by the fireplace, create garlands out of chestnut or autumn leaves. That will sure bring in the autumn spirit!
4. Wheat centerpieces
Spice up your dining table with some decorative wheat centerpieces. They may seem dull and boring to some, but you can never go wrong with neutral.
5. Plaid Everywhere
Bring out your plaid table cloths, napkins, carpets, and blankets! It’s that time of the year again!
6. Upcycle Your Vintage Tins
Use your vintage tins as flower vases, spice holders, or even table centerpieces. Try to find something really nice and colorful that will complement your neutral autumn pieces.
7. Chalkboard Signs
Label your jars with cute little chalkboard signs for that autumn feel. You can also use it as a room decoration. Feeling a little extra? Grab some chalkboard paint and create a chalkboard wall. Use it to write notes and reminders at home.
8. Mason Jar Craze
What’s autumn without mason jars? Grab your jars and start using them as decorations. You can use some burlaps to cover them up if you plan to use them as holders. Another great idea is to fill them up with fairy lights and use them as nice centerpieces when you set dinner outdoors.
What’s your autumn home decoration must have? Share them below.
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