Are the leaves falling where you are? It’s definitely becoming sweater weather for us. To celebrate the changing seasons, we’ve rounded up six easy autumnal craft tutorials that you can use to update your outdoor decor.
Faux Apple Wreath from The Wood Grain Cottage
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We love the bright splash of color this wreath provides, and the directions from The Wood Grain Cottage are simple and easy to follow.
Yarn-decorated Pumpkins from Better Homes & Gardens
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No carving required! This tutorial from Better Homes & Gardens is a great way to use up your stash yarn. Not all yarn likes getting wet, though, so these would be best on a sheltered porch or a roofed patio.
Mason Jar Lid Pumpkins from The Country Cook
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We’ve seen lots of tutorials involving mason jars (we’ve even included one below), but this is the first time we’ve run across one that just uses the lids! These clever pumpkins from The Country Cook are adorable—and sturdy enough to grace an outdoor table.
Fall Crate Display from Gray House Studio
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Brent and Courtney from Gray House Studio offer a creative way to showcase your seasonal decor with this lovely display made from wooden crates.
Stacked Pumpkin Topiary from Home Made Lovely
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Colorful faux pumpkins (or even white variations for a more neutral look) make this tower of decorative gourds by Home Made Lovely a showstopper!
Rustic Fall Mason Jars from Sincerely Jean
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Would any DIY roundup be complete without a Mason jar upcycle? This tutorial from Sincerely Jean uses a few simple supplies to make a gorgeous rustic adornment for your porch or table.