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Ocean Suncatcher, Geometric Circles, Beach House Decor, Crystal Wall Art, Sea Ornament, Unique Gift, Fluorite Gemstones

 diy fall wall art pieces

Ocean Suncatcher, Geometric Circles, Beach House Decor, Crystal Wall Art, Sea Ornament, Unique Gift, Fluorite Gemstones diy fall wall art pieces

Geometric Ocean Crest Suncatcher An ocean inspired geometric suncatcher made with watery green and blue semi-precious gemstones fluorite, labradorite, prehnite and quartz. This design features circles, sea bubbles, play with circular shapes and negative space. Each circle is wire wrapped with translucent beads that love the sun. Best served with a dose of summer sun as a sparkling window ornament or as an outdoor garden metal art. Variation: Every S … diy fall wall art pieces

Fall is officially here and I'm sure you are looking for ways to add coziness and comfort to your home decor. Adding comfy fabrics, fake fall leaves, and pumpkins is a great idea to add a cool fall touch to your home. There's an easier way too - make some cute fall art pieces yourself and hang them in different rooms to give them a chic look. Here are some ideas you can put into practice.

Grab a few fall items to make a work of art: fall leaves, acorns, and twigs to create cute wall art. All you need is to make some canvases and attach the pieces the way you want and then display them. What could be nicer than a wall art piece inspired by nature?

September means it's time to create fall and Halloween themed crafts and decor. To make these super simple pumpkins, or actually half pumpkins, you will need some foam pumpkins and a gold leaf pencil. Such a craft works well for a fall or Halloween party, or just for fall decorations.

Garlands look great when hung over a mantelpiece, wrapped in a railing, or on a table. They are an inexpensive way to add color and texture to your home decor. Try making this DIY flower garland using dried flowers. The flowers last all season and add a seasonal flavor to your home.

Rustic decor screams will fall, and if you're looking for something cool and bold this cross-stitch stitching done right through a lovely piece of lovely basswood is for you. It's the word "fall" here, but you can change it for Thanksgiving, "Halloween", or something else. Such a mixture of rustic decor and cross stitch is a beautiful and unusual idea.

Fall is the time of the cool breeze, the leaves changing color, a legitimate reason to bake a cake, and make cool works of art. This DIY is something that can be easily adapted to suit any decor or holiday. It's a piece of moss, moss is very natural and goes very well with falling, and a moose is also very fall-like, but of course you can choose any other animal.

These cool pieces of art are easy to make and look cool. They fit well in a children's room because they are bold and cute, but of course you can also decorate a room for adults. The pieces are completely seamless and can be easily made with glue.

Faux animal heads, especially deer heads, have become a very popular home decoration in recent years. Make this colorful deer head out of fabric for a unique and unusual fall decoration that is traditional at the same time because it is a deer head even though it is imitation.

Here's a cool idea to do a pumpkin wall art to complete your fall decor. This is a round frame with a wallpaper background and half a pumpkin. A styrofoam pumpkin is a good idea for this wall art piece and it looks in 3D.

This birch shade box is 3D, it is a cute tree with autumn leaves, it is inspired by aspen forest. Looks very autumnal and not difficult to create as the tutorial includes free printouts.

To celebrate the change of season, it is appropriate to show you how to draw a pumpkin with pastel colors. Pastels are very versatile and adhere well to pre-primed canvas. They also work well over color. Mixing with water will lighten the color of the pastel colors. You can either wet the surface and draw on it, or you can draw on it and walk over it with a damp brush.

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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