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Easy DIY paper fall leaf wreath - stylish fall decor
Fall is in the air and that means it’s time to bust out all the fall crafts ! We love decorating our home for fall and we're always searching for fun new ways to do that. This little DIY paper fall leaf wreath by The Craft Patch Blog is SO pretty and super easy to make! All you need is a few sheets of metallic and glitter scrapbook paper and a cutting machine ( or - of course - you can cut out the leaf shapes with a scissors which makes this paper fall leaf wreath a fun scissor practice activity for the kids ) This step-by-step tutorial by The Craft Patch Blog will teach you how to make a simple fall wreath out of metallic and glitter scrapbook papers:
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DIY Wood slice turkey - fun fall craft for kids
Today Jennifer from The Craftpatch Blog shares a super cute Thanksgiving craft with you: a wood slice turkey ! She’ll show you how to make these adorable wood slice turkeys in no time, with simple craft materials. This wood slice turkey is an easy enough craft to make that kids could handle it. It would be so cute on your Thanksgiving table or Thanksgiving tree and you can make them any size you want! Head to The Craftpatch Blog and make your own cute Thanksgiving turkey :
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DIY Paper flower and mason jar wall art ( fall decor )
This gorgeous DIY fall decor by The Craft Patch Blog features a pallet wood sign with a mason jar filled with r olled paper flowers and paper autumn leaves. This beautiful fall decor is super easy to make ( even without a vinyl cutter ) ! All you need is : a bunch of beautiful paper or faux flowers , a wooden base board and some paint! You can simply draw the mason jar with paint, markers or create a fun mason jar string art! ( Jessica will provide you the free cut files if you have a machine cutter or you can find various mason jar patterns >> here << )
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DIY Reversible fall / Christmas wood slice decor (snowman-pumpkin)
Make a reversible wood slice porch decoration with pumpkins on one side and a snowman on the other. This cute holiday craft can be used for both the fall and winter seasons! Decorations that are reversible for more than one season are our favorites. It's just so fun that you get a two-for-one. This wood slice porch decoration features pretty fall pumpkins on one side and a cheerful snowman on the other side, which means you can leave it on your porch from September until January!
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Gingerbread house Christmas treat boxes (free printables)
One of our favorite parts of the Christmas season is the giving and receiving of yummy gifts. This year, she's sharing two versions with us of the cutest gingerbread house treat boxes and a yummy snack to fill them with. This gingerbread houise cookie box filled with delicious store bought or homemade cookies is really a perfect gift idea for co-workers, neighbors or teachers at Christmas because who doesn't love delicious swets packaged in an adorable gingerbread house box? In this ice craft blog you will find the free gingerbread house printables: a colorful version and a plain cut file to decorate!
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DIY paper clip love birds
These paper clip love birdies are super cute and also really easy to make! ( and you probably already have all the supplies you need to make them! ) You can use these paper birds as cute spring home decors, or seat cards at a fun party, or you can adapt this technique and create decors for other holidays (imagine a whimsical black crow for halloween or a christmas themed paper bird with wrapping papers and holly leaves/berries !) Of course instead of paper clips you can use any bendable wires, and you can create the paper birds in any size that you want.
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