3 Amazing Fall Farmhouse Projects
I love fall decorations! Decorating for fall is almost as fun as Christmas, almost…The number of projects I want to do seem endless, but I’ll settle for sharing these 3 amazing fall farmhouse projects with you this time. You might even have some of the supplies on hand like I did!
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Fall Farmhouse Rolling Pin
I’ve seen so many of these cuties, certainly I had to have some too. I found them on Amazon and now I’ll be able to make one for several seasons and holidays. After that, I might have some left for gifts or to sell at my Etsy shop.
I looked and all kinds of ways to do these guys and settled on ink chalk paint for the roller and truffle watered down for the handles. That makes it more of a stained look.
After I did the handles and they dried, I wrapped painters tape around them. It needed to hang to dry after the roller was painted so I fashioned a scrap piece of wire for a hanger.
Always thankful, that’s the word I choose for the mini fall rolling pin. I used the skinny font in Design Space. You can make your own words. Final touch is a rag scrap tied around a handle. This is going to look great in a tiered tray or in a shelfscape !
Fall Pumpkin Tower
This was soo great! 25 cents each and a can of hammered silver spray paint makes it super cheap. Keep an eye out at your local thrift shops for them.
After the paint dried, I removed the handles. Truth be told, they should have come off before painting, but it doesn’t actually matter in the end.
This step is optional, but I choose to paint the faces back black with some ink chalk paint.
Now you can hot glue them in the stack or take your chances they stay like I did. They will be easier for me to store I think. For something different than silk flowers, I tried my witch’s hat for a cute topper. Love it!
Fall Harvest Hoop
Always eager to try new things, I’m going to use my ink jet printer for this project. Gather a piece of cardstock, some tape, and a piece of fabric cut the same as the cardstock. I’ll use a 4” hoop also for this project.
I cut my coffee stained fabric to an 8” square. Tape the top across the cardstock then smooth down and secure the sides finishing by taping the bottom so that the fabric is smooth.
Working from the bottom feed tray of my inkjet printer, I placed my fabric paper in fabric down. My design is in Design Space has been sized to fit my hoop.
Being the first time I ever did this I was skeptical, but it went through the printer just fine! Now take the tape off the fabric and center in the hoop.
I trimmed the fabric close to the back of the hoop and added a black ribbon bow. Super easy to do so therefore don’t be afraid to try printing on fabric!
So what do you think of my 3 amazing fall projects? I’d like to know if you are inspired by any of these projects ? Please share any photos of your projects or thought about mine in the comments below.