Countdown to Fall: 6 days! {Fall paper-crafts}

Here are some fun and simple fall paper-crafts that I whipped up. I wanted to add to our fall decor without spending much money. This was also an easy way to add some patterns, colors and three dimensionality.

My thinking behind the frame is to change the decorative elements with the seasons, so I just used wall mount tape to adhere the bunting and the mod-podged letters.

The paper-strip pumpkins were inspired, but slightly altered from this tutorial on Make Mine Lime. I changed the length of the strips and I also decided to not be uniform in the width of the strips.
I also spray-painted a frame I already had laying around. (I really love this shade of blue!) I used some fun pale orange and peach buttons to make my own pumpkin button art.

These projects are nothing too special, but I really enjoy that I was able to achieve some fall decor in the color scheme I wanted and spent almost NO money. I actually only purchased the cardboard letters for 50 cents a piece and the spray paint for $5, but I plan on using it for other projects. Oh, and I labored over hanging these wall shelves! Our plaster walls are seriously annoying. They barely hold the weight of what is on the shelves. That being said, I am still not 100% on the shelf styling. Any tips? 

Linking up at one or more of these fun parties!


  1. cute wall display, and I love your colors you chose. winks-jen

  2. These are so cute! I'm going to have to try to make some paper pumpkins it looks like!

  3. I am so happy fall is here! Thank you for linking up your fall paper crafts at Freshmen Friday, Emily. I love the versatility of being able to chose your own colors and patterns.


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