Ugh, I love fall.
I'm not going to rush out and buy a pumpkin spice latte, but I am going to watch all the Halloween movies and bundle myself up in every knit sweater I own.
So, what's better than some fall crafts to really set the mood?!
Carving is just so...messy. Bliss Makes gets it, and she picked the spookiest of words to use for this craft, too! Although this does mean that you won't have any tasty seeds to snack on...
Something about the golden snakes that Shabby Grace used makes this pumpkin centerpiece have a fancy edge. It's a very haunted-forest kind of feel, and I'm into that.
And coasters are perfect for all the warm drinks you'll want to be sipping on, from PSLs to apple cider (my fave). Juggling Act Mama picked neutral colors that would match all your decor.
I would totally go for black and red because my whole family has a deep love for that combo, we even have matching jackets! I think it's adorable, but it's a little embarrassing to say online.
I love mini pumpkins, but they would be so hard to carve. Luckily, Craftic read my mind and this DIY is perfect!
I mean, maybe not the yellow and orange ones...but paint them a nice teal or dusty rose and I'm down!
A Kailo Chic Life is right on trend with using arm knitting to create a wreath that I'm tempted to cuddle with.
And I love the idea of adding the message, too. You could even change up the message depending on the season!
And as Home Talk shows, they don't have to be real to look good! You can even turn a pot upside down to add some height.
You know what the best part is? You can reuse all these decorations the next year, too.
Creative Healthy Living knows that fall isn't just a season, it's a feeling. I know that sounds bonkers, but it's true! And what better way to enjoy than to smell it, right?
No artificial scents here, all you need are a couple of orange peels and two cinnamon sticks. Boil them together in a pan and within minutes your home will smell perfectly seasonal!
Purely Katie shows us how to make a candle with the perfect fall scent, and in a mason jar, no less.
The soy melts slower than traditional wax, which means I'd feel less guilty about having the candle lit all the time.
I love when things look aged, but I'm bad at losing things before they get to that stage...Purely Katie has a trick, though!
And then she used a stencil for those perfect letters. That ampersand makes my heart race!
So, that must mean that adding glitter to these leaves makes it certain that your decor will be golden! Just be careful, glitter haunts you forever, and not just during Halloween.
As a tattoo lover myself, Club Crafted won me over with this DIY. I never would have thought of it and it's so clever!
I am in love with the white pumpkins that have the floral decals, and I would keep these out as long as I was able to!
I'll admit that skills give me the creeps...no matter how much I love Halloween! But Love Maegan somehow made these...cute?
You know, the whole fresh florals thing! I think putting in some sunflowers or dahlias would be perf for autumn.
I know, you're allowed to roll your eyes at that, but I couldn't resist! This craft from A Piece of Rainbow would be fun to do on a gloomy fall day.
And you could mix it up to show off your fave colors so easily! This would make such a cute Thanksgiving card.