It’s Fall Y’all! Or so we wish. I don’t know about where you live but here in Houston, Texas… It is blazing hot. It’s so hot that the eggs come out of the chickens fully fried.
But no matter what the actual temperature is, the seasons march on. Technically it won’t be fall until September but with school starting and the craziness of fall sports, you might want to start working on fall crafts now.
The good news is that there are fall crafts that you can start using in your home now that cross the line between summer and fall. My favorite Pioneer Woman style pumpkin? Eh… maybe hold off on that craft for now but the Burlap Sunflower Wreath? Yes. That’s a good one.
So here we go… 3 Fall Crafts that you can make now and transition from summer to fall.
1 – Blue and White Gingham Mason Jars
I love these jars soo much. They simply make me happy. They’ll make you happy too because they’re awesome like that. Here’s the good news though, You don’t have to hang the air dry leaf from it or fill it with fall colored flowers.
Paint these suckers and then fill them with some white flowers and tie them with a red bow for Patriot’s Day and Labor Day. Then when those days have passed, put some mustard colored flowers in them and dance like crazy as you welcome fall.
Shelby’s colors were blush and bashful, mine are navy and mustard. I might go get out these jars and switch around my mantle decorations today.
2 – You Had Me at Pumpkin Spice Free Printable
Some famous coffee shop has already announced the return of their Pumpkin Spice Latte. I’m not a huge Pumpkin Spice fan… I’m more of a chocolate cake in a bowl of milk fan… but for those of you that love your pumpkin spice, I made this free cut file. Yes, it’s a pumpkin spice cut file.
Cut this out on your Cricut or other vinyl cutter and put it on mugs or on tea towels. If you want to make fall themed tea towels but aren’t crazy about pumpkin spice, check out these fall sayings.
3 – Burlap Sunflower Wreath
This is one of the most searched crafts on this site. It’s cute and makes people happy, what’s not to like?
This would be a really cute craft to hang on a door, a wall or use as decorations for fall parties or upcoming showers. It’s just really hard to go wrong with this fun fall craft.
3 easy fall crafts that you can make right now that will be a great transition from summer to fall.
I wish I could make one right now but instead I need to go do my 2,000th school pickup / drop-off of the week. Have fun crafting and watch out for those glue guns! You might need your fingerprints one day.