Six Festive Fall Decor Ideas {Created by You!}

Six Festive Fall Decor Ideas {Roundup}

I know I’m not supposed to share features from the Thanksgiving Treats and Fall Fun Linky Party until Friday, but I couldn’t resist sharing a few Fall decorating ideas with you today.

I love these first two posts:  Thankful trees that are as beautiful as they are functional.  Not only do they give family members and guests a place to share their gratitude, but they also serve as creative centerpieces for the table.  (You can find my kid-friendly Thankful Tree here.)


thanksgiving-treeThis first version is from Mackenzie at Cheerios and Lattes.  Look closely.  The leaves are attached with tiny clothespins!

This easy and elegant tree is from Anne at Creative Southern Home.  Her leaves easily slide onto the branches through holes she punched ahead of time.

Want to create an indoor Fall wreath?  Check out this fun tutorial from Katie at The Crafty Blog Stalker.

(I make chains like this out of gum wrappers all the time.  Maybe it’s time to put my skills to use and create something a little more permanent!)

Visit Posed Perfection to learn how Nici created this simple Fall centerpiece.  I love the bright green leaves against the orange pumpkins.

I love this Faux Fall branch from Jessi at Practically Functional.  I am always looking for ideas to add height on my mantel.  Jessi’s idea is perfect.

Fall Leaf Bowl

Michele at Better Organized Living has a great tutorial to turn silk leaves into a fun Fall bowl.

I’ll be sharing my own quick and easy Fall decor idea on Thursday.  I hope you’ll be back to see it!

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  1. Michele @ Better Organized Living says

    Thank you so much for featuring my DIY – Fall leaf bowl. It’s such an honor to be among such great posts.
    Thank you also for always hosting such amazing parties. I’m off to grab a button now!

  2. Awesome ideas here! Thanks for sharing! I think we will be adding a Thanksgiving Tree to our tradition or a “Wall of Thanks”…I’m not sure how we’ll work it all out, but we’ll have something! I’ve even seen a Blessing Jar that looks like an amazing idea, too!

  3. I’m glad you liked my grapevine branches, thanks so much for the feature!

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