DIY Fall-inspired wall decor schemes. Do your walls inspire fall? If they don’t, perhaps they should. Seasonal-ize any unadorned walls in your home with any one of these five DIYs. 


A Fringy, Floral Wall Hanging 

What you’ll need: 14 inch embroidery hoop, teal yarn, cream metallic yarn, (faux) fall flowers and foliage, hot glue gun and glue, scissors 

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Visit The Creative Spark for full instructions on how to make this floral wall hanging.


An Autumn Leaf Garland 

What you’ll need: faux fall leaves, twine, book page leaves, antique clothespins 

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Visit Sondra Lyn At Home for full instructions on how to make this autumn leaf garland. 


Burlap Wall Art 

What you’ll need: a large burlap canvas (or DIY your own burlap canvas using a regular canvas with a section of burlap secured over it with staples), chip letters, fall-esque scrapbook paper, decorative tacks, Mod Podge 

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Visit Girl in the Garage for full instructions on how to make this fall burlap art.  


A Pumpkin Wall Sign 

What you’ll need: a crate lid or a flat board, white paint, orange scrapbook paper, orange , and brown acrylic paint, a fine paintbrush, a corrugated pumpkin plaque, carbon paper, a sharp pencil, tape, hot glue gun, and glue 

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Visit Ella Claire Inspired for full instructions on how to make this pumpkin wall sign.  


Tree Branch Wall Art 

What you’ll need: sticks, a photo frame, two spray paint colors, (one color for the branches and one color for the frame), clippers, a staple gun 

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Visit Cleverly Inspired for full instructions on how to make this woodsy wall art.

And for more ways to DIY your home into fall fantastic-ness, check out our article, Decorating Ideas Using Fallen Branches.

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