If you’ve been following me for any amount of time you know about my obsession with the Cricut. It’s a serious love affair. I’m also very excited about the coming Fall season. Put these two loves together and we’ve come to the reason for this post. These are a few of the festive fall decor ideas I’ve seen made with Cricut. I can’t wait to try my hand at a few of these projects!
I just love this simple Farmhouse inspired fall sign Upright and Caffeinated created with her Cricut! She shares some great tips that are sure to guarantee your crafting success.
Last week I put together a post with a collection of pumpkins DIY crafts that don’t require carving (check it out here). I can’t believe I didn’t include these trendy pumpkins that Love Create Celebrate shared. I love the unexpected colors and patterns used on these pumpkins!
Refashionably Late made a whole collection of Halloween and fall decor using her Cricut but I think these adorable plates may be my favorite! This is another fun way to add a surprising touch of decor to your home.
I always love having a festive wreath on my front door. Create and Babble made these pretty felt flowers using her Cricut. I may have to try a similar technique for my wreath this year!
You know that I love a good upcycle project….combine that with the Cricut and you have a recipe for success. I love what Daily DIY Life did to upcycle this pumpkin that was originally from the Dollar Store!
If you’re a fan of more subtle and classic fall decor you need to check out this darling banner made by The Honeycomb Home! I love how beautiful this banner looks on her white mantle while still looking delicate.
Yet another cute pumpkin DIY that doesn’t require carving AND uses the Cricut! I think I know how I’m going to decorate my pumpkins this year. This pumpkin made by Canary Street Crafts is the perfect mix of cure and spooky.
This wreath shared by Our Crafty Mom is yet another idea I’d love to try! By using the Cricut to create the leaves on this project you’ll be able to use it year after year without dry leaves falling off.
I just love this beautiful Farmhouse tray and would love to add it to my fall decor! This is precious piece to use for Thanksgiving dinner but I think I’d leave it up for display for the entirety of the fall season. The Country Chic Cottage shares an excellent tutorial on her page that you won’t want to miss!
Are you inspired to create any of these festive fall projects using your Cricut machine? If you still have no clue what this magical machine is, check out all the details here. If you love to craft or sew you definitely need to add a Cricut to your Christmas list!
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