DIY Fall-Inspired Crafts and Accessories for Less Than $10
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DIY Fall-Inspired Crafts and Accessories for Less Than $10

The arrival of autumn offers many delights: vivid foliage, sweater weather, pumpkin spice lattes, and, of course, Halloween. Create some fall-themed crafts and accessories to spruce up your living space, clothing, and disposition. These do-it-yourself masterpieces are well worth the time and effort you put into them. You only need some commonplace stuff, some simple tools, and some creative thinking. You might try the following options:

1. Fall Leaf Garland

DIY Fall Paper Leaf Garland: Decorate Your Home for Fall on a Budget (Free  Templates) - Making Frugal FUN

Making a garland out of fallen leaves is one of the simplest and most eye-catching ways to decorate for the autumn season. You may use either genuine or fake leaves, whatever you want and have on hand. You’ll also need scissors, a needle, and twine.

  • You may create this garland by threading a needle with a long length of yarn.
  • The needle is then threaded into the leaves and slipped down the string.
  • Do this until you have a garland’s worth of leaves.
  • Put in some pine cones, acorns, or any other autumnal touches you want.
  • Enjoy the fall season with your garland hanging from a wall, fireplace, door, or window.

2. Fall Mason Jar Lanterns

How to Make a Fall Leaf Mason Jar Lantern – Backwoods Mama

Making autumn mason jar lanterns is another option for brightening your house for the season. Mason jars, tissue paper in autumnal hues, mod podge, foam brushes, and tea lights or battery-operated candles will be needed for this project.

  • You’ll need clean, dry mason jars to build these lanterns.
  • Then, shred or rip some toilet paper into tiny pieces.
  • Then, using the foam brush, dab some mod podge around the rim of the jar and adhere the tissue paper pieces to it, making sure they overlap slightly.
  • Wrap the jar with tissue paper, being sure to avoid getting it on the rim or the bottom. Wait until the mod podge is totally dry.
  • When finished, put the lid back on the jar and insert a tea light or battery-operated candle within.
  • Add a finishing touch by tying some ribbon or thread around the rim.
  • Put your lanterns on a shelf, table, or porch and bask in their warm light.

3. Fall Leaf Earrings

Leaf Hoops Polymer Clay Earrings Leaf Earrings Green - Etsy

Making a pair of polymer clay leaf earrings is a fun way to add a seasonal touch to your ensemble. Earring hooks, jump rings, pliers, a toothpick, an oven, and a baking sheet, as well as polymer clay in seasonal colors, are required for this project.

  • Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper and preheat the oven to 275 degrees Fahrenheit (135 degrees Celsius) to begin making these earrings.
  • Then, roll a little bit of polymer clay of one color into a ball.
  • Use your fingers to gently flatten it and form it into a leaf shape.
  • Create veins for the leaf using a toothpick.
  • Make as many clay leaves as you need for your earrings, switching between colors as needed.
  • After that, use a toothpick to make a hole in the top of each leaf.
  • Spread the leaves out on a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes, or until crisp as directed.
  • Wait till they’re totally cool before handling.
  • The last step is to use pliers to secure an earring hook and a jump ring to each individual leaf.
  • Put on some earrings and flaunt your autumnal style.

4. Fall Pom Pom Wreath

Easy Pom Pom Wreath DIY - Paisley & Sparrow

A wreath is a traditional method to greet visitors and mark the holiday season. Using yarn, scissors, cardboard, a hot glue gun, and a wreath shape, you can create your own autumnal pom pom wreath.

  • You’ll need two identical cardboard circles to build this wreath. Your wreath form’s diameter should be less than what you’re using.
  • Make two rings by slicing off a smaller circle from the middle of each cardboard disc.
  • The next step is to use yarn of the same color to cover the two cardboard circles entirely.
  • Use scissors to snip the yarn close to the rings’ outside edge.
  • Wrap the middle of the rings with yarn and knot the end securely.
  • Take your pom pom out of its cardboard ring and give it a good fluffing.
  • If there is too much yarn, cut it off.
  • You may make as many pom poms as you need for your wreath by repeating this method with yarn in a variety of colors.
  • The next step is to use a hot glue gun to permanently attach your pom poms to your wreath shape.
  • Leaves, flowers, and berries are all appropriate autumnal accessories to use.
  • Display your wreath with pride on your front door this holiday season.

5. Fall Scarf

Fall Scarf

In the autumn, a scarf is an essential garment item. It’s a great way to stay toasty and spice up your wardrobe at the same time. The only things you need to construct your own cozy scarf for the next season is some fabric, scissors, and a sewing machine/thread.

  • A long and broad strip of cloth should be measured and cut out first for this scarf. Both the length and breadth may be adjusted to suit personal taste and the available fabric. You may use cotton, flannel, fleece, or any other warm fabric you choose.
  • Next, with the correct sides of the cloth facing each other, fold the fabric in half lengthwise.
  • Stitch around the long edge using a sewing machine or needle and thread, but leave a little hole at one end.
  • Turn the fabric right-side out through the opening, then secure the ends.
  • To close the hole, sew invisibly.
  • If you choose, you may embellish the ends of your scarf with fringe, pom poms, or tassels.
  • You can keep warm and look good by wrapping your scarf over your neck.

Conclusion

The changing of the seasons in the fall encourages people to express their individuality via DIY projects. These do-it-yourself masterpieces are well worth the time and effort you put into them. Imagination, together with some basic tools and supplies, is all that’s required. Make your own autumnal decorations with these simple and entertaining instructions, including a leaf garland, mason jar lanterns, leaf earrings, a pom pom wreath, a scarf, a bookmark, coasters, a candle holder, and a necklace. You may alter the look and feel to fit your personality. These autumnal DIYs are sure to lift your spirits and spruce up your living space. They are also perfect for giving to friends and family as presents. The question then becomes, “Why wait?” This autumn, be creative with your free time.

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