Even though summer hasn’t officially come to an end, Labor Day seems to signal fall’s arrival. Kids are going back to school, temperatures are dropping and warm clothes are coming out of storage.
We thought we’d kick off the unofficial start of fall with a round-up of our past fall projects.
Felt and tweed leaf bowls take only a few hours and scrap fabric.
A tree stump makes a quick and easy outdoor side table. If you like the looks but want to use indoors, clean it up a bit before bringing it inside.
Craft a pine cone wreath to hang in your house on greet guests at the front door.
Gather leaf-shaped dishes, brass accessories, fall colored napkins, and nuts to assemble a festive table setting for your next party.
Use nuts, dried leaves and hot glue to create turkey place cards. Cute enough to use throughout the fall, not just Thanksgiving.
What is your favorite fall craft? Are you glad fall is officially around the corner? What is your favorite aspect of fall? The cooler weather? Pretty colored leaves? The return of football? Sending your kids back to school?
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I used your turkey for place cards at Thanksgiving last year, only we used construction paper to have a more colorful pallet. They were a huge hit, and so stinkin’ cute! Thanks for the inspiration!