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Autumn leaves fade so quickly, but you can capture their beauty by making a mixed media collage. Gather up some leaves and photocopy them to use in your collages – this is a good project to make with children because the process highlights the details on the surface of the leaves. Discover how to make a mixed media leaf art collage with Barley & Birch.
Spread some Thanksgiving cheer this fall with our free Thanksgiving printables. In a warm colour palette of golds, oranges and reds, these Thanksgiving printables perfectly capture the magic of the changing seasons and include stylish illustrations of owls, acorns, pumpkins and fall foliage. They’re ideal for saying “thanks” to friends and family this Thanksgiving – pair with kraft card for easy, rustic, apple-picking charm.
If you don’t want the traditional dark brown pine cones for your decor, a great option is to bleach them to create a lighter, more soft colour. Follow along with the tutorial with eHow to find out how to make these, once they are bleached you could even add a few drops of essential oil to give them a lovely scent.
This cute critter is the perfect project to cosy up to when the evenings start to get darker and autumn rolls in. It would make a thoughtful gift all year round, but especially nice for Christmas (it’s definitely more subtle than some designs we’ve seen) so if you know someone who isn’t a fan of garish Christmas decor, this would be the perfect festive gift for them.
Gather up some fallen leaves on your next walk so that you can make painted leaves for Halloween! This is a really stunning Halloween art project that’s ideal for artists of all ages and abilities. We love this web design by @chanderskan on Instagram, but there are lots of brilliant ideas to discover if you search under #paintedleaves.
Oh, we absolutely adore these gorgeous yarn pumpkins! And better yet they are really simple to create, you can follow along with the helpful video tutorial on Ava Shields, see if you can spot the kitten in the video too. You can use a variety of yarn colours and create all kinds of pumpkins to display in your home. If you love creating these cute pumpkins, you could give some to friends and family, it is just a lovely gift.
How cute are these pumpkins? And what a creative way to decorate those boring old toilet rolls! This is a particularly great craft for those sewers out there who have lots of leftover fabric lying around their homes. You have a lovely piece of autumnal decor to brighten up your bathroom. If you want to see the full tutorial and find out some top tips on making these pumpkins, check out the creators, Made to be Momma.