These DIY wood fall decor ideas will help you transform your home into a cozy fall retreat with easy-to-follow tutorials for each project.
Easy DIY Fall Decor Ideas
Hello and welcome! If you follow me on Instagram or Pinterest you know I have a thing for making signs, especially scrap wood signs!
But why stop with only wood signs? Today I’m sharing an amazing collection of easy DIY fall craft ideas all made with wood.
Whether you are looking for a rustic farmhouse pumpkin sign for your front door or a few front porch projects for fall, I’ve got you covered!
Take a look at these gorgeous fall crafts and get ready to add warm and cozy touches to your home perfect for the fall season.
These simple, but beautiful, fall lanterns are the perfect way to decorate for fall. They are cozy, and warm, and so fun to make.
Get in the fall spirit with a hand-lettered pumpkin sign. Perfect for adding a festive touch to your home decor.
Create a DIY Gather Fall Sign and add a rustic touch to your home this season. Follow the simple instructions to make a beautiful autumn decoration.
Looking for a quick and fun project for fall? Learn how to make a DIY pumpkin plate serving tray perfect for autumn entertaining!
Transform your space with DIY wood bead pumpkins. Learn how to create beautiful decor pieces that will bring warmth and style to any room.
Create gorgeous wood pumpkins with pretty fall napkins and mod podge. These decoupage pumpkins are simple to make and will look beautiful on a buffet table or in an entryway.
Check out these Jenga block pumpkins tutorial and learn how to make unique and inexpensive wooden decorations.
Fall-shaped wooden ornaments get a glamorous makeover with metallic paint pour. Learn how to make your own with this DIY tutorial.
Get all the details to make this super simple and beautiful fall wood scroll.
You can easily make this wood Harvest fall sign in under 30 minutes. It’s the perfect size for a porch and you can customize it!
This stylish wood box centerpiece can be filled with fall pumpkins, leaves and fall foliage for a beautiful fall centerpiece. What a statement this would make on your Thanksgiving table.
Instead of a traditional wreath on your front door, make an unexpected door hanger with wood pumpkins. It’s a statement piece and a bit whimsical!
Welcome the season of fall with a gorgeous wood centerpiece for your entryway. It's a great way to add warmth and elegance to your home.
Make an adorable pumpkin patch sign for your home with this tutorial and free template.
These wood slice pumpkins are surprisingly simple to make. Plus, you probably already have the craft supplies at home.
This lovely fall pumpkin craft is made with dollar store supplies. You can use whatever color napkins you like to really make it your own.
Get all the details to craft a darling fall truck centerpiece with festive fall florals and pumpkins.
Save on storage space for your home decor by making a reversible sign perfect for autumn and Christmas!
Create a beautiful autumn sign using upcycled pallets and leather. This will look great inside or out!
Make the cutest handmade sign using a wood frame and customized happy fall tags.
Fall in love with this beautiful hand painted sign showcasing gorgeous autumn florals. Hang it on a front door or inside above a mantel or buffet.
Looking for an easy way to decorate for fall? Learn how to make a DIY thankful sign and add some cozy charm to your home.
Use reclaimed wood to create a fun pumpkin patch sign reminiscent of signs you might see at a fall farm or pumpkin patch.
Create beautiful DIY wood placemats that you can wood burn with words of your choice. These will look so pretty on a Thanksgiving table.
This handmade wood sign is reversible for fall and Christmas. This is cost-effective and takes up less storage space too!
So, what do you think? Did you find a new fall wood project to add to your to-do list? I may have added one (or two) to my ever-growing DIY list.
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