Today we’re skipping the practical projects and going straight for the pretty ones. These 5 tutorials are the most popular crafts on AllFreeHolidayCrafts right now. And it’s no surprise why–they’re absolutely adorable! There’s no better way to add creative and cute accents to your home than with these simplistic projects that practically anyone can make. In fact, the hardest part may be choosing which tutorial to begin with.
Light up your fall with this Dreamy Mason Jar Craft. These super-easy Mason jar lanterns have designer style without the cost. Stunning, and perfect for a cozy autumn night, you will want to watch the candle light flicker for hours. These lanterns will be the perfect finishing touch to your fall patio.
Do you need a warm blanket to snuggle up with this season? Recycled sweater crafts are always cute, toasty, and inexpensive. When you set your mind on making this Recycled Sweater Blanket, you’ll finally be ready to put all of the vintage designs that you’ve been collecting from the thrift store to use.
If you’re looking for a new and creative way to decorate your home for fall, then this tutorial is perfect for you. With a few mini pumpkins and some leftover buttons, you’ll be well on your way to a plethora of unique fall decorations.
These Precious Pom Pom Owls are almost too cute to be true! Make a set of these adorable little owls for your fall mantel, or hand them out to the little ones as a cute handmade gifts. If you love owl crafts, there’s no reason not to start on this one today.
Experimenting with Halloween hair ideas is always amusing. The silly Spider Spun Bun offers up a web full of fun! Creepy, crawly, and curiously cute, when you rock the Spider Spun Bun people are certain to take note. Plus, it’s one of the easiest DIY Halloween costumes imaginable!
Which of our top 5 crafts for fall are you certain to make?
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