Fall For Fall With These 5+ Stunning DIYs

Diply 12 Sep 2018

Who else is totally ready for fall? While the weather has been pretty indecisive around here, every morning that I wake up to a crisp breeze, I am in heaven. I'm super excited for everything fall, from back-to-school season to Halloween and pumpkin spice. Guys, I am so ready.

And with the changing of the season comes new inspiration and a desire to create some pretty amazing things! I'm super excited to share with you some totally rad fall DIYs. Even if fall isn't your fave season, you're going to love these!

1. With school back in session, everyone needs a new pencil case.

Sarah Hearts | Sarah Hearts

Whether it's for carrying your gel pens, your craft supplies, or your favorite makeup, this DIY vinyl pencil case is adorable to carry around with you!

It's super simple to make, and you can do it in about an hour.

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Sure, you've gotta know your way around a sewing machine, but if you do, this DIY is worth the effort.

Sarah Hearts | Sarah Hearts

I really love the painted scallop edge that Sarah Hearts added to this fun pink case! Let's start this DIY, stat.

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2. I'm starting to think about the fall decor I want to bring into my apartment, and this wreath is perfect.

Alice And Lois | Alice And Lois

I really love the grey, white, and orange combination of yarn. The colors look absolutely stunning together! Plus, this wreath is super easy to make.

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These golden hoops are perfect for creating a minimalist, modern wreath.

Alice And Lois | Alice And Lois

Adding the yarn will take only a few minutes, and the results will be absolutely stunning. While Alice And Lois kept it simple, you could totally add some florals to it!

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3. You know those plastic pumpkins from the dollar store? They are perfect for fall DIYs.

Shrimp Salad Circus | Shrimp Salad Circus

Using some paint, you can upcycle your plastic pumpkins into something totally different and pretty.

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I've seen tons of really cool painted pumpkins, but never quite like this.

Shrimp Salad Circus | Shrimp Salad Circus

Shrimp Salad Circus created a constellation design using white paint and it looks absolutely beautiful.

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4. Burnt orange is definitely a popular color for the fall season.

A Pair And A Spare | A Pair And A Spare

And as fall comes around, I am super excited to wear some cozy pants! I am obsessed with elastic waists (more room for Thanksgiving dinner!) and wide legs.

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This pair of wide leg pants from A Pair And A Spare look store-bought!

A Pair And A Spare | A Pair And A Spare

Excuse me while I go brush up on my sewing skills! I'm excited to give this one a try.

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5. Head on outside and pick out your favorite leaves!

Hometalk | Alli @ Made w/ HAPPY

Or head to the dollar store and get some faux ones that you absolutely love, because this DIY is too cute not to start right away.

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Use a balloon to decoupage leaves together to make a super cute bowl.

Hometalk | Alli @ Made w/ HAPPY

Once you've got the design and it has dried, pop the balloon and you've got a cute fall bowl!

Thanks to Alli for sharing this one over on Hometalk.

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6. I love old farmhouse doors and windows for upcycle projects.

Hometalk | Kara S.

I'm always so amazed by what creative people do with them! But, to be honest, I never saw this DIY coming.

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Kara took an old farmhouse door and created a stunning stained glass look.

Hometalk | Kara S.

She used glue and paint to create a really pretty design that looks almost like the real deal!

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7. With fall comes one of my favorite holidays: Halloween!

Hometalk | Celebrate & Decorate (Chloe Crabtree)

You can take some cheap dollar store items and give them an upgrade so you've got the coolest house on the street.

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Chloe took some cheap skulls and added some lights and ribbon to create this garland.

Hometalk | Celebrate & Decorate (Chloe Crabtree)

I think everyone on her street will be ready to celebrate and have a spooky time!

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8. I have a roll of chicken wire at home, but haven't decided what to do with it.

Hometalk | Amanda C, Hometalk Team

I could go the obvious route and make some sort of framed memo board, but I think I like Amanda's idea even better.

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She used chicken wire to create these fun floating sculptures for her yard!

Hometalk | Amanda C, Hometalk Team

I think they're kind of perfect for a spooky Halloween night. Imagine them with eerie lights inside?!

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