Fun Fall Crafts to Decorate Your Apartment
The Tower at Spring Creek is here to help you get your Garland, TX apartment ready for fall! Since the first day of fall is September 22nd, we are sharing a few fall crafts that you can make and use to bring the season into your home, even though Texas stays warm all season.
Welcoming DIY Fall Wreath from Southern Living
We love this super creative DIY wreath that puts to use an old serving platter. If you don’t have an old serving tray (preferably with handles), then just head to your local thrift store or nearby garage sale to find one. You will also need some black chalkboard paint, a chalk marker, some fake autumn branches with leaves and berries, and some twine to hang your wreath.
Ombre Pinecones from Whimzeecal
These painted pinecones will not only add an autumn touch to any room, they'll also add a little color. To make them you will need: pinecones, three or fours shades different shades of the same color of acrylic paint, an angled paintbrush, and an old toothbrush. You will love the end results!
Candy Corn Button Art from Repeat Crafter Me
Add a little fall flair with this framed candy corn button art. What you will need: an 8x10 picture frame, a variety of orange, white, and yellow buttons in different shades, burlap, acrylic paint in orange, yellow, and white, mod podge, scissors, measuring tape, a ruler, and a hot glue gun with glue sticks.
No-Sew Fabric Pumpkins from A Piece of Rainbow
These fabric pumpkins look adorable and you won’t believe how incredibly easy they are to make. All you will need is a roll of toilet paper or two (depending on what size pumpkin you want), some hand towels, and a fun patterned scarf or shirt.
Fall Leaf Mason Jars from Sugar Bee Crafts
These adorable fall leaf mason jars bring both color and light into any room! Follow the tutorial to make them. What you will need: a mason jar, craft or spray paint, a paint brush or sponge brush, and contact paper or vinyl to make the decals.
Share your fall craft ideas with the rest of our apartment community in the comments. Have fun decorating your apartment for fall!