{saturday craft: 5 of my favorite fall DIY tutorials}

Was it just me or did this week c r e e p on by? Maybe because there was so much on my to-do list, and over Labor Day weekend I made a pact once again to make sure my focus for the upcoming week was to keep scratching my to-dos off my list. Do you ever have weeks like that? Ughhh… they can be hard to tackle! ;]

But, in celebration of all that I accomplished this week I took a little break from my desk yesterday afternoon and picked up some turquoise paint. It’s for an upcoming DIY post I want to share with you {yeow!}, which is going to do wonders for you if your soul requires constant inspiration & encouragement. So in celebration of my OH YEAH, I GOT MY WORK DONE THIS WEEK accomplishment, I’ll be working on it today & sharing it right here via a DIY/Tutorial post next Saturday. In the meantime, here are some of my favorite fall DIY tutorials from some of my favorite bloggers :] Happy crafting!

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Autumn Yarn Wreath with Felt Flowers by Danille Burkleo of Take Heart.

Rachel of Smile & Wave shares the cutest {and easiest} hair tutorial over on her blog.

Make the cutest Playful Pumpkins, found on an equally cute blog – Happy Together.

Blackberry Peach Pie — yumm! Erin of Sunshine & Carousels made this sweet baby.

Loving the pop of color this Fall Leaves Garland tutorial brings, made by Elsie!

♥ Do you have a favorite DIY/tutorial post? One you wrote or one you found elsewhere? Leave a comment below & share the link!

Comments

  1. 1

    says

    That wreath and those pumpkins are so pretty. I’d love to try those.
    I was so productive this week, I got all my to do’s done and even more. HA! happens once in 5 years ^^
    thanks for sharing these great projects.
    have a lovely weekend :)
    xoxoxo
    Melanie

  2. 7

    says

    I just saw the fall leaves garland in Red Velvet and they were even cuter in person! And it packs quite a punch for such and easy project.

    I’m loving that hair tutorial! I’m gonna have to try that at the beach next week.

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