Cinnamon sticks

Pairing a vanilla candle with fragrant cinnamon sticks is guaranteed to make your home smell yummy and infuse your space with the perfect dose of sweet, fall charm.

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Photo Source: sheknows.com

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Chalkboard paint

The ways to use chalkboard paint are simply never ending! With this DIY, the matte black paint contrasts against the flickering candlelight, creating cool shadows and patterns when the lights are dimmed.

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Photo Source: heartlovealways.com

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Autumn leaves

What better way to incorporate the true colours of fall into your home, than by literally bringing autumn leaves indoors.

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Photo Source: sparkandchemistry.com

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Colourful apples

These apple centerpieces are perfect for a dinner party. Choose apples of varying colours and sizes and arrange them all over your table. Worried about your candle holders turning brown? Simply use lemon juice or saltwater as a homemade preservative.

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Photo Source: littlegreennotebook.com

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Nut shells

And while we’re on the topic of candle holders made out of things you can eat …

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Photo Source: one-o.it

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Earthy, organic gourds

With Halloween only a few short months away, ‘tis the season for gourds! This DIY is perfectly on point for fall.

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Photo Source: gardentherapy.ca

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Pretty teacups

Raid your mom’s china cabinet or hit up a thrift store for ornate treasures for this pretty and simple DIY.

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Photo Source: lovethispic.com

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Popcorn kernels

All you’ll need to make this fun DIY, is supplies from the dollar store!

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Photo Source: passionatepennypincher.com

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Zakiya is a freelance writer/editor based out of Toronto. You can follow her on Twitter: @zakkassam

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