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Fall decorations - DIY

Don't you all just love fall?
To see all the green leaves turn to red, orange and yellow..
Take long walks and photograph all the beauty that nature
has to offer this time of year.

I especially love to decorate with mini pumpkins.
Do you decorate your home in an autumn theme,
or do you go all out for Halloween instead?

This is how I've decorated so far:

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I would also love to try some of these gorgeous
projects by the one and only.. Martha!

How about this beautiful pumpkin bird feeder?
Click here for instructions

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Or maybe this lovely Autum wreath?

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Do you have any other fall diy projects you would like to share?


  1. lovely and very inspiring, I'll try some deco too ;)

  2. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [30 Sep 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  3. Love,love the color scheme and my inspiration for the last macarons I made I think jewel tones are a nice alternative for Fall in lieu of the ambers and russets and I love the simplicity of your decorations. Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures with us.


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