Felt Leaf and Owl Wreath

diy owl wreath

Dria from DIO Home Improvements shares a fun alternative to the traditional fall wreath that’s filled with bright orange, red, and yellow leaves. Dria’s pretty leaf wreath sports a more neutral color palette but has lots of texture with felt leaves and a furry owl. Dria simply cut leaves from felt, drew on “veins” with […Read More]

Fall Wreath with Pumpkins, Leaves, and Berries

fall harvest wreath

If your front door needs a little autumn love, Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict is here with a remedy – a harvest wreath bursting with pumpkins, leaves, and berries. Debbie was thrilled to realize she had everything she needed on hand to create her wreath, making it a freebie for her. I love all the vibrant fall colors and textures!

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Leaf and Acorn Applique Pillow Cover

Leaf and Acorns Pillow

MJ from 517 Creations spied a lovely autumn pillow with a large, brightly colored leaf and acorns gracing the front. Since the almost $100 price tag completely obliterated any idea of actually purchasing the pillow, MJ simply made her own. MJ stitched a vein detail onto the leaf and then used Heat N’ Bond to attach it to the pillow fabric. She finished it off by stitching around the edges for a lovely fall applique.

Leaf and Acorns Pillow

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Metallic Leaf Christmas Tree

metallic bay leaf tree

While browsing the Pottery Barn catalog recently, Joy from Thrifty Parsonage Living came across their beautiful metallic bay leaf trees. Joy was drawn to the silver tree since she’s decorating with silver, blue, and a winter wonderland theme this year.  She was disappointed to find the trees were no longer available, but, in true DIY spirit, decided to make it herself. The shimmery tree cost Joy a whopping $2.50, which has to make her happy they were sold out in the first place!

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Gold Leaf Ornaments

West Elm Metallic Leaf Ornament Knockoff Copy Gold Autumn Thanksgiving Decoration

Jen from Librarian Tells All shares how to turn some leaves into seasonal décor versatile enough to display fall through Christmas. Here’s from Jen: “I love West Elm’s Metallic Leaf ornaments! I imagine displaying them all through fall, dangling them above the dinner table on Thanksgiving Day and letting them shine alongside the chandelier crystals, then reusing them on the Christmas tree in December. But eight dollars apiece… West Elm, are you for real?! I knew I could come up with something similar for so much less. For just $4.89, I made eight, with supplies left over for many more. The best thing about this? You could so so many other things with these, too! Fill an apothecary jar, adorn a candle ring, make a wreath, decorate gift boxes with them, etc…”

West Elm Metallic Leaf Ornament Knockoff Copy Gold Autumn Thanksgiving Decoration

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Burlap Leaf Pillow

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Colleen from Mural Maker and More saw a darling oak leaf pillow floating around Pinterest and pinned it with the intent of hand painting it one day. Instead, she found a felt leaf from the dollar store that was perfect for creating a reverse stencil leaf print on some burlap. In under five minutes, Colleen got a fresh pop of color on her porch and never even broke out the sewing machine.

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Decorative Fireplace Screen

decorative fireplace screen

Vone at Vone Inspired needed to update her fireplace but couldn’t afford to buy a $200 screen. Since her family doesn’t use the fireplace, Vone decided she could make something that might not be functional but could at least add to the style of the space.  She did just that by building a screened frame and adding real branches and leaves cut from a soda can. When it’s all spray painted, it looks amazingly like an iron fireplace screen!

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Framed Pressed Leaves

diy pressed botanicals

To add interest to a small wall in her living room Amanda from Bullfrogs and Bulldogs recreated some botanical pressings she fell in love with at Restoration Hardware. Amanda’s DIY version uses Goodwill frames and botanicals from her farm. Amanda says, “Adding a little antique charm to them makes them the perfect fit for our […Read More]