Fall is officially here, and I’m sure you are looking for ways to add coziness and comfort to your home decor. Adding comfy textiles, faux fall leaves and pumpkins is a great idea to give your home a cool fall touch. There’s one more easy way – DIY some cute fall art pieces yourself and hang them in various rooms to give them a chic look. Here are some ideas you can realize.
Grab some autumn items to make an art piece: fall leaves, acorns and branches to create a cute wall art. All you need is to make some canvases and attach the pieces in the way you like and then display them. What can be better than a nature-inspired wall art piece?
September means it’s time to bring on the fall and Halloween themed crafts and decor. To make these super simple pumpkins, or actually half pumpkins, you will need some foam pumpkins and a gold leaf pen. Such a craft will be nice for a fall or Halloween party or just for fall decor.
Garlands look great draped across a mantel, wrapped down a banister or on a table. They are an inexpensive way to add color and texture to your home decor. Try creating this DIY flower garland using dried flowers. The flowers will last all season while adding seasonal flavor to your home.
Rustic decor screams fall, and if you are looking for something cool and bold, this cross-stitching done right through a nice slice of beautiful basswood is right what you need. Here it’s the word ‘fall’, but you can change it for Thanksgiving, ‘Halloween’ or something else. Such a mix of rustic decor and cross-stitching is a gorgeous and unusual idea.
Fall is the time of cool breezes, leaves changing color, having a legitimate reason to bake a pie and making cool artworks. This DIY is something that can easily be adapted to fit any decor or any holiday. It’s a moss piece, moss is very natural and fits fall very well, and a moose is also very fall-like, but of course you can choose any other animal.
These cool applique artworks are easy to make and look cool. They can be a nice fit for a kids’ space because they are bold and cute but of course you can decorate an adult space, too. The pieces are totally no-sew, and you can easily make them with glue.
Faux animal heads especially stag heads have become a very popular home decoration over the last few years. Make this colorful fabric deer head to get a unique and unusual fall decoration, which is traditional at the same time because it’s a deer head, though faux.
Here is a cool idea to make a pumpkin wall art to complete your fall decor. This is a round frame with a wallpaper backdrop and a half-pumpkin in it. A Styrofoam pumpkin will be a nice idea for this wall art piece, and it will look 3D.
This birch shadow box is 3D, it’s a cute tree with fall leaves, it’s inspired by Aspen forests. Looks very fall-like and isn’t difficult to make, as there are free printables in the tutorial.
To celebrate the change of the season, it would be appropriate to show you how to draw a pumpkin using pastels. Pastels are very versatile and adhere well to preprimed canvas. They also work well over paint. Mixing with water brightens the color of pastels. You can either wet the surface and draw on it, or you can draw on it and go over it with a wet brush.