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This is a guide about making a paper autumn leaf garland. These autumn colored paper leaves join together to make a lovely decorative garland.
This is a guide about making a fabric floral autumn accessory. This pretty fabric accessory project, made up in fall colors, will complement any outfit.
This is a guide about making fall themed party favors. Make acorn shaped treats and seasonal magnets as gifts for your guests.
This is a guide about making felt autumn pins. Felt is so easy to work with you can create your own autumn pins to wear or gift.
This is a guide about making a fall candle holder. Decorate a glass vase or cylinder with vibrant fall colors to make a striking candle holder.
This is a guide about making a crocheted fall photo frame. A fun way to share fall colors can be a crocheted picture frame.
This is a guide about making fall themed crocheted placemats. The colors of autumn make a perfect crocheted background for all kinds of fall centerpieces.
This is a guide about making fall birthday and greeting cards. Use a variety of fall motifs and make your own greeting cards.
Fall candle holder made from every day items. First, glue the clay pot upside down onto the dinner plate, then glue the butter bowl bottom side down on to clay pot then glue saucer onto butter bowl.
This guide contains autumn craft ideas for kids. As the days grow cooler, the kids have more time for inside projects.
Decorate tin pail with paper and stickers for autumn theme, fill with apples, caramels, and popsicle sticks and give as a gift. Caramel apples are a great way to celebrate fall.
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Does anybody have any good crafts for Fall? Thanks.
I enjoy going out into the yard with a roll of clear tape (narrow or wide) and gathering leaves that will fit the width of the tape & placing them onto the tape along whatever length I want it to be.
I have even pulled up tiny flowering plants from down in the grass & used them as well as leaves & flowers root & all.
When finished take it inside & top the first piece with another piece of clear tape to sandwich your leaves/plants/flowers in the middle!
The ones with roots look really interesting.
If you get leaves with holes that's OK - it makes "lace" !
Place your project in the window so the light will shine through it & enjoy a little outside indoors!
This will last quite awhile!
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I had some carpet tubing and tubes from crochet thread. With some hot glue, fabric strips, and silk flowers, I made a unique planter - of sorts!
I wrapped plaid fabric around horizontally and glued it about every 6 inches. Then, I chose four of the five colors in the plaid, and wrapped the tubes vertically. If I ever make this again, I will do them horizontally as well, as it uses half the fabric and time.
Once the tubes are all covered, I hot glued them off-center of each other for a staggered look. Then, I simply put some fall foliage and faux plants in for a nice planter for the porch. You can use fabric that matches a room inside the home and use any kind of flowers or plants you want.
This craft needs to be protected from the elements, so you'll need to find a safe place to display it. Perhaps a corner by the door, or on a shelf?
I had a lot of fun with this and hope it inspires you to make something similar.
By the way, the cords behind the planter are strung from the porch to the shed and have nothing to do with the planter. I just didn't have anywhere else to shoot it.
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I would like fall craft ideas that are not for kids!
Jann from Union, OR
Go outside and gather acorns. Use them in mason or ball jars to wedge candles down in for a centerpiece. (10/02/2008)
Many things can be made from pine cones so why not start collecting them now and making wreaths, fire starters, miniature x-mas trees for decoration and of course, ornaments for your tree. Good luck. (10/03/2008)
I took all my leftover fabric, cut it into 2 inch strips, sewed the ends together, plated it (as in hair) then made a nice rug. I used a large needle and strong thread to sew the plates together to lay flat on the floor or the back of the couch. They are very pretty. (11/29/2008)