I’m so excited to be sharing this great roundup of fall table centerpieces from my fellow DIY bloggers. I am so happy it’s finally Fall! Cooler weather, changing leaves, pumpkins everywhere, and the upcoming Holidays bring me so much joy. I’m itching to get a head start on decorating for Fall – even if it is still warm outside!
I’m so excited to share this super simple tutorial on how to make an easy DIY hoop wreath for Fall! I love the simplicity and minimalism of an exposed embroidery hoop with just a few Fall embellishments added in. Now that it is officially Fall, I am ready to get all of my Fall decor out and add a few new creations to our home.
My first Fall project this year was my easy DIY hand lettered pumpkin – and it looks beautiful on our dining table! I wanted to add some simple touches of Fall to our front door with a wreath. These hoop wreaths have just the right amount of charm and they are super easy to make!
I’m pretty much counting down the days until Fall arrives. I mean – what’s not to love? Crisp cool air, pumpkin patch outings, leaves changing colors, salted caramel mochas, and of course Fall decorating. All of these amazing things give me all the feels, and make it hard to wait out these last couple weeks of summer. Well, I’m not waiting any longer to decorate for Fall. What’s the harm in decorating just a tad bit early?
This year I have been dreaming up ideas of what to place on our dining room table for the Fall. I wanted to create a centerpiece that was easily moveable (hello toddlers!), that coordinated with our current decor, and that could last throughout the entire Fall season. I’ve been loving the look of faux greenery mixed with white pumpkins, so I decided to customize my faux pumpkin with some hand lettering. Using the method I used on my hand lettered canvas tutorial I was able to easily create this beautiful hand lettered Fall pumpkin!
I have always loved decorating for holidays year-round. My mom used to have a cute little shelf in our kitchen, and with each holiday she had sweet little hand-painted wood decor pieces to display on the shelf. A little Christmas tree at Christmas time, a painted egg for Easter, a turkey for Thanksgiving, and so on. For the months of June and July I remember setting her sweet little American Flag on the shelf. It was such a nice little reminder of the upcoming holiday, and it kept my brother and I excited about each new season.
For Father’s Day this year I wanted to create something sentimental that my kids could create themselves. I have always loved reading the hilarious answers that our daughter gives when she has done questionnaires at school. It is so funny to hear children’s opinions and observations about their parents – they are usually brutally honest and hilarious at the same time 😉