This “10+ Fall Decor DIY Projects” post describes the various DIY Fall decor projects that you can do to have a fun Fall season without shelling a ton of money. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.
Fall season is here. It is the time when leaves turn to orange, brown, red, yellow, and something in between.
It’s the time when a lot of homeowners will start raking (haha) and cleaning their yards way more often than they would want to.
Nevertheless, for me, it still is one of the most beautiful seasons of the year.
Fall season is truly my favorite season. I do not like the raking part though (seriously); however, overall, I really love the Fall season.
It is also the time when my family works to create a lot of preparations and decorations. My wife, our daughter, and I make a lot of Fall-themed decorations. We also prepare for Thanksgiving and also for Christmas time during Fall season.
This season means a lot for us. It's our busiest season next to Christmas season.
Enough of me.
Home decor not only helps you create a sense of Fall season throughout your house but it also says a whole lot about your great personality.
When you decorate your house especially your front porch, you are telling people you like to have a fun and festive house or season. It tells people you like the simple touches and these simple touches make a big difference believe it or not.
Fall season is such a great time to play with different colors. You can mix and match Fall colors and make something that looks outstanding even on a budget.
These colors are truly just plain warm and inviting to someone’s eyes.
This does not mean though that you can just mix and match those colors and call it a day. You will still need to make sure the combinations of colors look good on your eyes and, many times, on someone else’s eyes. That is where my lovely wife comes in.
I am not saying I am bad with color combination (haha) but she definitely knows her colors. Of course, you can always choose the colors you like or however you mix and match those colors.
If you're the type of person who likes to invite guests, it is never a bad thing to get another pair of seriously discriminating eyes for comments or suggestions.
10+ Fall Decor DIY Projects
Here are some of the best Fall decor DIY projects I have found online. Enjoy.
Fall Entryway Decor With DIY Decorative Pumpkin
Materials: Craft pumpkins, chalky paints, MagiKote, and paint brush/foam brush.
Dollar Store DIY Pumpkin Serving Tray
Materials: Medium sized foam pumpkin, silver or solid color serving plate, glue gun, copper paint (or any color you want), and paint brush.
Fall Three Tier Stand
Materials: Tiered Wood Slice Stand, various artificial pumpkins and apples, artificial leaves, wood bead garland, wheat, moss, jar, vintage type letters, and grapevine pumpkins.
Easy Metallic Patterned Painted Pumpkins
Materials: Pumpkins, foam paint brush, chalk paint, and metallic paint pen
Fall Decorations Candle With Burlap and Leaves
3 pillar candles, burlap lace ribbon, acorn, 2 small pine cones, craft jute, fake fall maple leaves, and hot glue gun.
DIY Fall Ribbon Wreath
Materials: Decorative ribbon, burlap wire wreath frame, scissors, ribbon, fabric strips, and “Fall” pennant banner.
Easy DIY Fall Wreath
14-inch grape vine wreath and 8 little orange berry stems.
Dollar Store Fall Pumpkin Centerpiece
Materials: Paint of your choice, fake flowers, foam dollar store pumpkin, and hot glue gun.
DIY Fall Farmhouse Decor Craft
Materials: Wooden letters, jute twine (optional), glue gun, wood slab, spray paint, and glue sticks.
These are budget friendly DIY crafts for Fall season. These are beautiful crafts to say the last. You can see that you don't have to spend a lot of money to make your home festive and fun at the same time. Yehey to that.
Try to avoid buying in-season decor as they are expensive. I think it's best to make your own decorations. Not only will they look great but they will also look original.
These are some of the best Fall decorations you can make even when you have a limited budget. Which ones are you going to make this season?