Who doesn’t love a quick and easy craft?! I know I do! Especially when the seasons start to roll around and you want some fun new décor!
These cute 5 minute fall craft ideas are something anyone can do and you can customize them to your own color scheme for a great look this year!
This first project was a last minute decision to do on a FB live because I knew I didn’t have a lot of time, so it couldn’t be a real in depth project. This was PERFECT for that!
All you need is the following:
Metal letters from dollar tree (come in a 3 pack with the words harvest, thankful and welcome)
Ribbon to make a bow (I made a “Re-fabbed” bow. You can follow her here to see how she does this)
DIY sticker pumpkins from dollar tree
Scrapbook paper, paint, mod podge and hot glue!
I simply glued my ribbon at the top left corner, then glued the word harvest onto the middle. I then took 3 of the little pumpkins and covered 2 in scrapbook paper and painted one white. I used hot glue to attach it all and BAM…5 minute fall craft!
What do you think of this one? Now, everyone might not like the navy and I understand that not everyone will be using navy for fall this year like me. If that’s the case, make it your own and use colors that work for YOU!
This next one was also a super easy and simple 5 minute fall craft!
I bought a piece of round wood from Lowe’s (already cut in that shape) They have different sizes, but mine is about 12″
I traced the circle onto a piece of scrapbook paper (I picked navy and white stripes to go with my color scheme)
Mod podge it on to the wood, then take the natural wood words you can buy from Hobby Lobby in the woodpile section and paint them the color of your choice!
I picked the words grateful, thankful and blessed because I thought they were good for fall or ANY time of year!
Once painted, hot glue them to your round and you are DONE! So easy and cute!
I put both of these on my media console and I’m loving the look they are bringing to this space!
Tip: I just set stuff behind them to make them “stand up” since neither one of them stand alone.
I truly think these could each be done in about 5 minutes each if you have all the supplies and are ready to go! Hope you enjoyed these easy projects and are inspired to get to work on a 5 minute fall craft!
Until next time…