Do you feel like fall is in the air? To prepare myself for fall I put out the word to my fellow bloggers to ask them what they do for fall. So get relax and get comfy. Here are 40 ideas to get ready for a fabulous fall part 1.
The first one in the lineup is one I did and is one of my all-time personal favorites. I painted 3 spaghetti jars and stenciled fall on them.
Have you ever tried doing string art? This little project by Sustain My Craft Habit is a cute idea and is easy.
Another super easy craft for autumn is this adorable pumpkin created by Sawdust Sisters.
Staying with the super easy projects is a lovely monogram pumpkin. Salvage Sister and Mister came up with this elegant idea.
Now if you are lucky enough to have a Silhouette cutting machine you can make this shabby chic pumpkin door hanger. Otherwise, I am sure it can be done with a stencil. However, it is made this pumpkin is really very pretty. It is the creation of Where the Smiles Have Been.
The Inspiration Vault also did a wreath in neutral tones. It is beautiful in its simplicity. Marie also suggests swapping out the flowers for something more Christmassy so it is really two wreaths in one. Another pretty decoration for your door is the easy neutral fall wreath.
Another pretty decoration for your door is the wreath created by Toni-Small Home Soul now known as Girl Just DIY. It is a quick and easy craft with so much style.
Another quick and easy idea is this 10-minute easy fall décor idea by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia.
I love having decorative towels, don’t you? Pam of PS I Love You Crafts shows us how to create some special ones for fall.
During this time of year with Thanksgiving just around the corner, Emily Two Purple Couches gives a great tutorial on how to make a gratitude pumpkin.
H2O Bungalow’s Wendi also created a pumpkin from a book. And she used the whole book!
But if you prefer a wooden pumpkin, Wendi shows you how to make one of those also.
Katie, Houseful of Handmade came up with an adorable farmers market sign.
Green with Décor Meg has an easy Thanksgiving craft made with tin cans. It looks so good on the mantel.
Another nice sign is the creation from Making Manzanita, Chelsea. One of the touches is leather.
Another idea Chelsea shows you is a pretty fall tablescape.
And keeping with the pumpkin theme is a watercolor pumpkin printable.
Katrin of Kreativk shows us how to make paper mache pumpkins. Don’t you love the texture?
Katrin also shows how to make a beeswax anise fall candle. Nothing says fall like the warmth of a candle.
2 Bees in a Pod, Vicki made such a pretty and delicate wreath using embroidery hoops. And it is easy to do.
Aren’t these wonderful ideas for fall? I broke it up in two posts so check back for Part 2 of 4o Ideas To Get Ready For A Fabulous Fall. I hope you got some good ideas from 40 Ideas To Get Ready For A Fabulous Fall Part 1.