Autumn Project Favorites
Autumn is right around the corner, and with that in mind, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite projects from the blog you can whip up this fall. I can’t help but get excited this time of year as I look forward to my favorite type of crafting – holiday crafting! But before I get ahead of myself, I love taking the time to decorate our home for Autumn and squeeze in a few craft projects for this time of year. These crafts include everything from a cozy tweed acorn banner to cute and functional fox notepads. Click on the links below to check out the complete tutorials, grab the free patterns or printables, and start crafting!
Nothing says autumn like cozy tweeds and flannels. This acorn banner is great for using up scraps of fabric and will bring instant warmth to any room.
Stay organized this school year with this cute apple dry erase board. Made with Cricut dry erase vinyl and acrylic paint, this is perfect for at home or in the classroom!
‘Tis the season for farmers’ markets and delicious soups! These children’s aprons are perfect for little kitchen helpers!
Football season is almost here! The first regular game of the season is September 7th. These football treat boxes are easy to make and fun to receive!
Take notes in these adorable DIY Fox Notepads – grab the free pattern and make some soon!
October 1st is National Homemade Cookie Day – celebrate with these fun DIY Treat Boxes to hold your baked goods!
Pillow wreaths are one my favorite things to make and I have two that are perfect for this time of year! This back to school wreath is so cute – especially with those pencil pillows.
Show your team spirit with a fun NFL Football wreath in your team’s colors!
Bring autumn into your sewing room with these easy apple pincushions!
DIY Hand-Stamped Autumn Placemats
Switch up your place settings this fall with soething new. These are created using potato stamps!
Autumn is the perfect time for nature walks and leaf collecting! But on those rainy fall days, enjoy a game of Woodland Bingo with your little ones.