I'm in full on fall decorating mode around here.
Pumpkins on every possible surface. That's a post for another day though.
Today I want to share a super easy DIY project with you. So easy that I debated even sharing it, but it turned out so lovely I figured why not!
Saturday I broke out my felt, yarn and hot glue gun to whip up a happy little fall leaf garland.
I took a trip to Joann Fabric to pick out the felt - four coordinating colors that felt like fall to me and also matched my other decor. I free handed the leaves (used a sharpie to draw out the more complicated shapes), but if you need a bit of help with shapes a Pinterest search is super helpful. I even found a template here.
My first attempt at stringing them together was with a needle and clear thread, but it was a total fail. I wanted them to lay facing out when hanging, and that wasn't happening with the string. So I broke out my trusty old glue gun and some yarn.
And it turned out perfectly! I might make another to hang over our kitchen window.
The fun thing about this project is you can cut out any darn shape you want! Feathers, acorns, pumpkins...and felt is super forgiving.
Hope this inspires you to create some of your own fall decor!